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How do you cite an article using the volume in APA?

How do you cite an article using the volume in APA?

Author’s middle initial. (Year published). Article title. Journal Name, Volume(Issue), page number(s).

How do you reference an article with volume?

A reference to a journal article will look like this: Author(s) (Year) Article title. Journal Title Volume(Issue), Page numbers.

Where does the volume go in APA citation?

The volume number follows the title of the book and comes after the edition statement (when there is one), it is enclosed in parentheses.

How do you cite volume?

The volume number follows the title of the journal. Give the volume number. Add a ‘period’ and the issue number(s) directly after the volume number. Citations for magazines do not require volume and issue numbers, even if they are present.

How do you find the volume and issue of an article?

Volume and issue numbers: In peer-reviewed articles, usually listed right after the periodical title. Page numbers: The page range for the entire article is often listed right after the volume and issue numbers.

How do you cite volume in APA 7?

(Year of Publication). Title of article: Subtitle if any. Name of Journal, Volume Number(Issue Number), first page number-last page number. Note: The APA Manual (7th ed.)

How do you cite no volume and issue number in APA?

Italicize the magazine title and volume number, but not the issue number in parentheses. If a magazine has a month and/or date, you may include that….

Online or Print, With DOI Online or Print, No DOI
Two-Twenty Authors Magazine
Report Newspaper
No Author, Volume, or Issue #

How do you cite page numbers and volume in APA?

In a reference to a whole book, cite the edition and volume numbers—separated by a comma—but do not cite a page range. Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Year).

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