How do you cite a full sentence?

How do you cite a full sentence?

For a direct quotation, always include a full citation (parenthetical or narrative) in the same sentence as the quotation, including the page number (or other location information, e.g., paragraph number). Place a parenthetical citation either immediately after the quotation or at the end of the sentence.

How do you cite a whole article?

It’s actually quite simple: Just provide a citation for the whole work in the reference list, and in the text, include the regular authordate citation plus information about the specific part to which you want to bring the reader’s attention. The idea is to provide a path to the source.

What is the citation of an article?

Article citations show which ideas are yours, and which ones come from an outside source, such as an article in a journal or magazine. When citing in-text, articles are cited like books and other types of publications and require a corresponding entry in a Works Cited (MLA) or References page (APA).