Electronic styles: a handbook for citing electronic information
The second edition of the best-selling guide to referencing electronic information and citing the complete range of electronic formats includes text-based information, electronic journals and discussion lists, Web sites, CD-ROM and multimedia products, and commercial online documents.
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Chapter One Organization and Use of
Cite Part of a Work
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Address/Path/File Access date American Psychological Association article length Article Title August author or editor Available E-mail Available FTP Available Gopher Available include protocol Available Telnet Basic Forms Author Basic Forms Author/editor BITNET brackets CD-ROM chapter citation Discussion List document Dynamic energy budget Electronic Styles example file name guidelines in Section inclusive paging indicator of length information on management Internet issue number July July 18 June 13 June 21 LEXIS list's archive LISTSERV management of paging Mead Nexis month day Mother Jones Magazine necessary to repeat Newsletter Type number if given Number of pages obtained by searching Online posting pages or paragraphs pagination paging if given paging or length paragraphs if given parentheses pars path/file Access date Place of publication protocol if relevant repeat the protocol search path searching the list's second basic form Supplier/Database Type of medium Uniform Resource Locator uppercase letters USENET Volume and issue volume number