Most style manuals require you to assemble a list of the works that you have cited in your paper. This list, included at the end of your paper, is called a "reference list" by the APA (American Psychological Association), is termed "Works Cited" in MLA (Modern Language Association) style , and is known as the "Bibliography" by Turabian. Offered here are some of the most commonly used forms of cited material. For guidelines on how to document other materials not represented here, please consult the appropriate style manual for the three organizations listed above.
Brown, E. (1996). The lake of seduction: Silence, hysteria, and the space of feminist theatre. JTD: Journal of Theatre and Drama, 2, 175-200.
Gawande, A. (2001, July 9). The man who wouldn't stop eating. The New Yorker, 77, 66-75.
Article from an online magazine
Saetan, W. (2001, August 16). The ethicist's new clothes. Slate. Retrieved August 17, 2001, from http://slate.msn.com/framegame/entries/01-08-16_113959.asp
Books with a single author
Fleming, T. (1997). Liberty!: The American Revolution. New York: Viking.
Book with more than one author
Sennett, R., & Cobb, J. (1972). The hidden injuries of class. New York: Vintage Books.
Norman, R. (1998). The moral philosphers. New York: Oxford University Press. Retrieved August 14, 2001, from Duke University, Duke University Libraries, netLibrary Web site: http://www.netlibrary.com
Article Within a Book
Cassel, J., & Zambella, B. (1996). Without a net: Supporting ourselves in a tremulous atmosphere. In T. W. Leonhardt (Ed.), "LOEX" of the West: Teaching and learning in a climate of constant change (pp. 75-92). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press Inc.
Encyclopedias and other multi-volume books
Lumiansky, R.M. (1998). Chaucer. In The new encyclopaedia Britannica ( Vol. 15, pp. 745-748). Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Salinger, S. V. (2001). [Review of the book Not all wives: Women of colonial Philadelphia]. The Journal of American History, 88, 184-185.
Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 1998: Hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, 105th Cong., 2nd sess. 1 (1998).
Senator John McCain. Personal interview. 2 Feb. 2000.
Senator John McCain. Telephone interview. 2 Feb. 2000.
Senator John McCain. Email interview. 2 Feb. 2000.
Article from a printed newspaper
Holden, S. (1998, May 16). Frank Sinatra dies at 82: Matchless stylist of pop. The New York Times, pp. A1, A22-A23.
Article from an Online Newspaper
Wright, S. (2001, January 25). Curriculum 2000 draws criticism. The Chronicle. Retrieved November 7, 2001, from http://www.chronicle.duke.edu
Web: National Park Service. (2001, October 3). Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site. Retrieved October 19, 2001, from http://www.nps.gov/abli/