Last Name, Firs Initial. (Year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, Vol.(Issue), page numbers. DOI
NOTE: If an article does not have a DOI and is from a database, do NOT use the URL. The citation will end with the page numbers. If you received the article from its website INCLUDE the URL.
Greene, D. (2019). Illuminating shadowed histories: Centering black women's activism in Selma. Black Camera: The New Series, 10(2), 211-225.
Author last name, First initial. (year). Title of web page. Web site name. URL
Example: Joy, A. (2020). Book of the Week: Black Is a Rainbow Color. CCBlogC. http://ccblogc.blogspot.com/2020/02/book-of-week-black-is-rainbow-color.html
Last Name, First Initial. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In E. Editor (Eds.), Title of work: Capital letter also for subtitle (pp. pages of chapter).
Reynolds, S. (1994). Regnal sentiments and medieval communities. In J. Hutchinson & A. D. Smith (Eds.), Nationalism (pp. 137-140). Oxford
Director Last Name, First Initial D. (Director). (Date of publication). Title of motion picture [Film]. Production company.
Example: Gerwig, G. (Director). (2019). Little Women [Film]. Columbia Pictures.
For citing in-text quotations, the basic format is the author-date system within parentheses, for example: (Larson, 2003)
If you reference the author's name within your sentence, you only need to put the year within parentheses, for example: Brinkman and Jedinak (2014) argue the importance for young girls to have 'female superheroes' as role models.
If there are 3 or more authors you list use et al. for the citation.
Aside from citing parenthetically, you should also include a References page at the end of your paper.