It depends which referencing system you are using. The Harvard system uses the following:
Cited works within the text of your essay in parenthesis, as opposed to using footnotes. There are two ways of doing this:
However, if you refer indirectly to an author's ideas, it should be referenced like this:
It is agreed that clear referencing is essential in academic work (Brown, 2008).
When you prepare your bibliography, ensure that the textual reference is easily identifiable.
I have included a link below to a page which shows you how to do it for the major referencing systems.
if i remember correctly, it is called a website within the text of a paper.
Generally speaking, the title isn't referenced in the paper. Rather the authors are referenced. Furthermore, the proper way to cite articles depends on the reference format that you are supposed to use (IE APA, MLA, Chicago, etc). I would recommend going to www.citationmachine.net to select the format. Then, by entering in the applicable information, the generator will provide you with a way to cite the article on your references page and with ways to cite in within the text of the paper.
Use the author date format; e.g. It was listed that ..... (Jones, 2009).
When you cite work it is done within the text of your writing. Then, you list the resources at the end.
Cite the interview or email in text per the related link; scroll down to the Personal Communication section. Do not cite these in the reference page.
You should cite the study and then say you got it from your textbook.
To cite Internet sources is actually very easy. This is for MLA citing. One thing to remember is that each of these steps must end in a period.First state the name of the author of the article Last, First.Then the title of the article in quotations. "Title here."Then the name of the website. WikiAnswers.com.The day you accessed the website. July 28, 2009.Finally, the website URL:
You site a source within another source in the literature cited page by following the basic in-text citation rules.
cite is to quote or refer to a passage of text whereas site is a location
The last name of the author and the page number unless it is online or 1 page long
In-text citation means the citation which is linked up with an entry on the works cited list at the end of the paper.
(American Psychiatric Association, 1994).