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Journal Article

Turabian

Donohue, Kathleen G. “What Gender is the Consumer?: The Role of Gender Connotations in Defining the Political.” Journal of American Studies 33, no. 1 (April 1999): 19-44. 

MLA

Donohue, Kathleen. “What Gender is the Consumer?: The Role of Gender Connotations in Defining the Political.” Journal of American Studies 33.1 (1999): 19-44. 

APA

Donohue, K. (1999). What gender is the consumer? The role of gender connotations in defining the political. Journal of American Studies, 33 (1), 19-44.

Magazine Article

Turabian

Bozza, Anthony. “Slipknot: Rage Against Everything.” Rolling Stone, 6-20 July 2000, 74.

MLA

Bozza, Anthony. “Slipknot: Rage Against Everything.” Rolling Stone 6-20 July 2000: 74+. 

APA

Bozza, A. (2000, July 6-20). Slipknot: rage against everything. Rolling Stone, 844/845, 74-78, 105. 
 

Article Accessed Online

Turabian

There is no specified format for citing a web site using Turabian format. However, it is standard practice to include, in addition to the article information, the name of the database supplier, the date you accessed the article, and the URL of the database supplier. 

MLA

Bozza, Anthony. “Slipknot: Rage Against Everything.” Rolling Stone 6-20 July 2000: 74. ProQuest Direct. 27 Nov. 2000. <http://proquest.umi.com>.

APA

Bozza, A. (2000). Slipknot: rage against everything. Rolling Stone 844/845, 74+. Retrieved November 27, 2000, from ProQuest Direct on-line database (Research Library) on the World Wide Web: http://proquest.umi.com

 
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