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Footnote Style Notes
- If there is no article title, give the article type (not in quotation marks). For example: Obituary, Editorial.
- Omit 'The' from newspaper titles.
- Add a city name if the newspaper is not well known, e.g. Examiner (Launceston).
- Page numbers are usually omitted.
- Details of the edition can be added to a note or bibliographical entry. For example: final edition, Midwest edition.
- If the paper is published in several sections, the section number or name may be given.
- To cite an article consulted online, include the URL.
- Newspaper articles are more commonly cited in the running text rather than as a note.
- A list of works cited need not list newpaper items if these have been documented in the text.
- No corresponding entry in a bibliography would be needed for the following citation (nor would it be necessary in such a case to include information about edition or, for an article consulted online, a URL).
Newspaper article (Print)
|Rule for Notes
Note Number. Author's First and Last Names, "Article Title." Publication Name, Date of Publication.
|Example of Note entry
1. Alan Riding, "Selective French Homage To Jewish History; Scant Mention of Holocaust in a New Museum," New York Times, Dec 28, 1998.
|Subsequent Note entry
3. Riding, "Selective French Homage,".
|Rule for Bibliography
Note number. Author's First and Last Names. "Article Title," Publication Name, Date of Publication.
|Example of Bibliography entry
Alan Riding. "Selective French Homage To Jewish History; Scant Mention of Holocaust in a New Museum." New York Times, Dec 28, 1998.