When using sources from an (internship-) company like internal memos, internal company data, guidelines, transcripts or other sources from the intranet, the APA Style has specific rules.
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The APA reference for PowerPoint-slides and handouts depends on the accessibility. Are the slides accessible for the reader?
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Scientific research is published in scientific journals. If research is conducted by an organization or the government then it will be published in a report. For that the APA Style has a specific notation.
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Newspaper articles can be published online as well as offline (printed). The APA Style reference for an online article is the same as the one for a normal internet source. To refer to a printed article the APA Style has specific rules.
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In addition to printed articles there are a lot of articles, which are published online (for example via Blendle or the newspaper website). According to the APA Style an online newspaper article is cited in the same way as a normal internet source. You can find an example below.
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The APA has specific rules about how to cite an internet article. Remember to record the whole URL (www.scribbr.nl/easy/article) instead of just using the cover page (www.scribbr.nl).
Along with the author name and date, the in-text citation should include the page number. Many internet sources do not include a page number, in which case you should include the subheading (if applicable) and paragraph number from where the specific information cited has been taken. You do not need to include the subheading and paragraph number if the citation is referring to the article in general.
If you’re not referring to an article but you’re referring to a photo, video etc., you need to place the type of source in square brackets after the title.
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The layout requirements for a dissertation are often determined by your supervisor or department. However, there are certain guidelines that are common to almost every program, such as including page numbers and a table of contents.
If you are writing a paper in the MLA citation style, you can use our MLA format guide.
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When writing your dissertation it is important that you use good and reliable sources. It is generally agreed upon that articles from most scientific journals are excellent sources for your dissertation, thesis or essay. But do you know what journals are the most credible?
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