How can Plagiarism be Avoided? Citations for Web Pages

Web Page Citations at the End of a Paper

The following example lists the typical information needed to cite a Web page and how it would appear in a list of references at the end of a paper using the American Psychological Association (APA) citation style.

Web Page Citation at End of Paper

Web Page Citation in the Body of a Paper

When you cite a Web page in the body of your paper you typically use less information than what appears in your reference list. Usually it is the author(s) and date. The following examples  show how to cite a Web page in the body of your paper using the American Psychological Association (APA) citation style.

Web Page Citation in Body of Paper

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