Citations for scholarly articles should include the following:
1. Name of Author(s)
2. Full Title of Article (in quotations)
3. Title of Journal (italicized)
4. Volume Number of Journal
5. Issue Number of Journal
6. Year of Publication
7. Page Numbers of Article
8. Medium of Publication
Note: Articles accessed through databases and on the Web require additional information. See the examples to the right for details.
Cite the article as you would a print article, followed by:
Arnas, Yasare Aktas. "The Effects of Television Food Advertisement on Children's Food Purchasing Requests." Pediatrics
International 48.2 (2006): 135-45. Academic Search Premier. Web. 14 Aug. 2009.
*See Online Databases section for more information.
If the article has page numbers, include them after the year of publication. If no page numbers are given, note this with the abbreviation "n. pag."