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APA Referencing Guide 7th edition: Journal & News Articles

Journals & News Articles

Reference List

Author Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of article. Journal Title, Volume(Issue), Page/s.
Watson, T. (2014). Customer service in libraries: Best practices. Australian Library Journal, 63(2), 170-171.

 

In-text

(Author Surname, Year) OR (Author Surname, Year, Page/s) 
(Watson, 2014) OR (Watson, 2014, pp. 170-171)

Note: If you use the CITE/CITATION function you may need to edit the reference to align with NMTafe's practice

A journal is a scholarly periodical aimed at researchers or specialists, while magazines are aimed at the general public. Some examples of magazines are Wheels, Gardening Australia and National Geographic.

Reference List

Author Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of article. Journal TitleVolume(Issue). Page/s. http://xxxx

Brewster, D., & Morris, P. S. (2015). Indigenous child health: Are we making progress? Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 51(1), 40-47. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/jpc.12807

In-text

(Author Surname, Year) OR (Author Surname, Year, Page/s)
(Brewster & Morris, 2015)  OR  (Brewster & Morris, 2015, p. 45)

A journal is a scholarly periodical aimed at researchers or specialists, while magazines are aimed at the general public. Some examples of magazines are Wheels, Gardening Australia and National Geographic.

The Month (or season) of publication is included after the year.

Magazine Article in Print

Reference List
Author Surname, Initial. (Year, Month). Title of article. Magazine TitleVolume(Issue), Page/s.
Cox, K. (2019, Autumn). Conservation time capsules. Wildlife Australia56(1), 24–26. 

In-text
(Author Surname, Year)  OR  (Author Surname, Year, Page/s) 
(Cox, 2019)   OR   (Cox, 2019, p. 25).

 

Magazine Article Online

Reference List
Author Surname, Initial. (Year, Month). Title of article. Magazine TitleVolume(Issue), Page/s. http://xxxx

Cox, K. (2019, Autumn). Conservation time capsules. Wildlife Australia56(1), 24–26. http://search.ebscohost.com.elogin02.dtwd.wa.gov.au/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,cpid&custid=s1241971&db=anh&AN=135416119&site=ehost-live

In-text

(Author Surname, Year) OR (Author Surname, Year, Page/s) 
(Cox, 2019)   OR   (Cox, 2019, p. 25)

For online newspapers that require paid subscriptions see Personal Communications 

Newspaper Article with an author

Reference List
Author Surname, Initial. (Year, Month Day). Title of article. Newspaper Title. Page/s. 
Tillett, A. (2018, May 9). Australians encouraged to age at home. The Australian Financial Review, pp. 5-7.

In-text
(Author Surname, Year)
(Tillett, 2018, p.5)

 

Newspaper Article without an author

Reference List
Title of article. (Year, Month Day). Newspaper Title. Page/s.

Economics nudging people away from war. (2017, December 16). The Age, p. 33.

In-text
("Title of article", Year)
("Economics Nudging", 2018) 

Newspaper Article from a website or library database

Reference List
Author Surname, Initial. (Year, Month Day). Title of article. Newspaper Title. https://xxxx

Eden, P. (2006, Aug 26). Climate report leaves me cold. The Daily Telegraph. https://search-proquest-com.elogin02.dtwd.wa.gov.au/docview/321352258/ABFEDDEBCE3C4348PQ/3?accountid=35887

In-text
(Author Surname, Year)

(Eden, 2006) 

Newspaper Article with an Editor/s

Author Surname, Initial. (Year, Month Day). Title of article. Newspaper Title. https://xxxx

McCullough,D. & Curtis, K. (Eds.) (2019, November 11). Climate link to bushfires riles deputy PM. The Australian. https://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/latest-news/climate-link-to-bushfires-riles-deputy-pm/news-story/24347471da9f129c81d76c91b5c5c277

In-text

(Author Surname, Year)

(McCullough & Curtis, 2019)

Note: The name of the newspaper has capitals and is italicised ie. The Australian Financial Review as per the first example.

          In-text - shorten long article titles, use all capitals for each word and enclose in double quotation marks as per the second example.