You put the title of the article instead. :)
Ex. She believed television was "a magic box of pictures" (ARTICLE TITLE HERE).
how do you cite an article that have no author, just the web address
If it does not have an author listed, you use the title or a simplified form of it to replace the author. You can get the pages by using print preview if you are using internet explorer, or just print it.
You cite the name of the article, then who wrote the article, then where you found the article(CBS.com and more), and lastly the date the article was written(:
Cite the reference carefully. He will cite the professor's article in his report.
To cite an Associated Press article appearing in a newspaper on the Works Cited page of a research paper, write down the name of the author, the title of the article, the title of the publication, the date, and page.
You put quotation marks around the quote, and then put the article it was in, the page, and the author.
Cite author and date in text. If author is not available, then cite title.
Cite in the usual way.
If there really is not even a pen-name you must cite the author as Anon.
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:
Citing for online anonymous authorsYes, you can use the information, but you must cite the source website address.
If there is no Author, just cite the book title, date it was published, what company produced the book.
Last Name, First Name. "Article Title." Website name. Date Published. Organization. Date Accessed. >. This depends upon the citation style you are required to follow. However generally internet sites for which you do not have an author you begin with the name of the document and the date of the online publication, (DMY). Then give the URL. Do not put punctuation after this.
When an internet source has been quoted in an essay or paper, the writer should be listed first, followed by the name of the article from which the citation came. This should be followed by the name of the website. A direct link to this article should then be provided underneath.
The title of a Webpage or cite on the internet.
If you have read only the abstract and not the article.
You should cite the author's name, the title of the article, and the date published. You should also include the name of the magazine the date the article was published and the page number where it can be found.
You're going to have to find the article online but you can still cite the work.
In the usual way. Give the name of the author, the title of the article in quotes, the name of the newspaper in italics, the date of publication and the page number(s). In the case of unsiged editorial articles, you are not in a position to give the name of the author and you need to begin with: Editorial entitled '[Title]', ...
As long as you cite your source, it is not considered plagiarism. But most teachers do not allow you to copy a page, even if you cite it.
You can: Cite the website or the newspaper (or other sources) where you got it from. Cite the author
go to http://owl.english.purdue.edu/ and it will do it for you all you do is fill out the form
Cite in the normal author date method. Do not use Dr., or Ph.D., or M.D..
go to easybib.com and follow instructions