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<p> 1</p> <p>How to Cite Sources in APA Format</p> <p>Created by Essay-Academy.com</p> <p>How to Cite a Book with One Author in APA Format</p> <p>Write the last name of the author, the first initial (s) of the author, the date of publication, the title of the book, the publishers information.</p> <p>For instance: Dundes, A. (2007). The Meaning of Folklore. The Analytical Essays of Alan Dundes. Logan: Utah State University Press.</p> <p>How to Cite a Book with Multiple Authors in APA Format</p> <p>Write the last name of the first author, the first initial (s) of the first author, the same information about the other authors, the date of publication, the title of the book, the publishers information.</p> <p>Dont forget to make a separation of the last two authors by an ampersand.</p> <p>For instance: Sims Martha, C., &amp; Stephens, M. (2011). Living Folklore. An Introduction to the Study of People and Their Traditions. Logan: Utah State University Press.</p> <p>How to Cite an Article from an Academic Journal in APA Format</p> <p>Write the last name of the author, the first initial (s) of the author, the date of publication, the title of the article, the title of an academic journal, the volume number or issue number, the page numbers of the article.</p> <p>For instance: Ben-Amos, D. (1971). Toward a Definition of Folklore in Context. The Journal of American Folklore, 84, 3-15.</p> <p>How to Cite an Article Published on a Website in APA Format</p> <p>Write the last name of the author, the first initial (s) of the author, the date of publication, the title of the article, the date you accessed the website, the websites URL.</p> <p>For instance: Taylor, M. (2012, February 22). 8 Reasons Why Fairy Tales Are Essential to Childhood. Retrieved July 19, 2015, from http://imaginationsoup.net/2012/02/fairy-tales-are-essential-to-childhood/. </p> <p>How to Cite a Journal Article Published on a Website in APA Format</p> <p>Write the last name of the author, the first initial (s) of the author, the date of publication, the title of the article, the publishers information (the title of an academic journal, the volume number or issue number), the page numbers of the article, the articles URL. </p> <p>For instance: Ben-Amos, D. (1971). Toward a Definition of Folklore in Context. The Journal of American Folklore, 84, 3-15. Retrieved fromhttp://www.srs-pr.com/Articles/Toward-a-Definition-of-Folklore.pdf. </p> <p>Want to learn more? Visit our Website:https://essay-academy.com</p>