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African American Studies Research Guide: Parts of a Citation

This guide will help you find resources related to African American Studies

Journal Article Citation Anatomy

Here is a journal article citation from the General OneFile database:

Broihier, Kitty. "Tea time for nutraceuticals: new black, green tea products brew up a bevy of health benefits." Food Processing 60.3 (Mar. 1999): 59+. General OneFile. Web. 8 May 2012.

Citation1

MLA Format

Broihier, Kitty. "Tea Time for Nutraceuticals: New Black, Green Tea 
                Products Brew Up a Bevy of Health Benefits." Food Processing 
                60.3 (1999): 59-61. General OneFile. Web. 8 May 2012.

APA Format
Broihier, K. (1999). Tea time for nutraceuticals: New black, green tea 
                products brew up a bevy of health benefits. Food Processing, 60(3)
                59-61.

Book Citation Anatomy

Here is a book citation from the Woodward Library catalog, Austin :


Author:  Franko, Patrice M.
Title:  The Puzzle of Latin American economic development / Patrice M. Franko
Pub. info.:  Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, c2003

 

Citation2

 

MLA Format
Franko, Patrice M. The Puzzle of Latin American Economic Development . Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003. Print.

APA Format
Franko, Patrice M. (2003). The puzzle of Latin American economic development . Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

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