Reference list at the end of the paper (See pp. 193–224 in the Publication Manual for complete examples)
• The heading (centered, no italics/bold/underline) on the page of sources should be References.
• Double space the entire list, both between and within entries.
• Arrange entries alphabetically by the last name of the first author of each work. If no author is given, start with the first significant word in the title.
• In dates, include in parentheses as much of the date as is provided – (year, month day) if possible, or (year, month), or (year).
• In titles:
• Italicize the volume number.
• Each entry starts at the left margin. If there is more than one line, each subsequent line should be indented one-half inch (“hanging indent” in the Paragraph menu of Microsoft Word)
• If the article has a DOI (digital object identification) number, you should include this after the page numbers.
• If you accessed the article online from a database and there is no DOI, cite the article as a print article; do not include database information. If the article is from an online journal, magazine, or newspaper, include the URL at the end of the reference.