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APA Citation & Formatting : Newspaper Articles

Attention Students!

This guide covers APA 7th Edition. Your instructor may choose to use APA 6th Edition. Please make sure that you are using the citation style required by your instructor.

This guide is a starting point only. For full details on correctly citing resources and creating references, please consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th ed. (2020).

How Do I Cite Newspaper Articles?

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Reference List Entry: Format (10.1)
Author, A. (Date). Title of article. Title of newspaperVolume Number (Issue Number) if applicable. Page numbers if applicable. DOI or ULR if applicable.

Example:
Brean, J. (2019, Jul 13). Shattering the scientific world's history of gendered brain assumptions. National Post. p. A.7. https://nationalpost.com/news/shattering-the-scientific-worlds-history-of-gendered-brain-assumptions

Parenthetical Citation
(Author, Date), e.g.: (Brean, 2019)

Narrative Citation
Author (Date), e.g.: Brean (2019)

Please Note!

This guide is based on the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th ed. (2020). Library staff have reviewed the information in this guide, and to the best of our knowledge, it is accurate. However, mistakes do occur. Students bear sole responsibility for ensuring that their citations are correct, and that their assignments meet the criteria laid out by their instructor. Students are encouraged to contact Peer Tutoring or the Writing Clinic for assistance.