Citing an Article in APA Style
When citing articles in APA style in your references list, follow one of the basic formats below.
Journal article found online
Last Name, F. I. (Year of publication). Full article title. Journal Title, Volume number(Issue number), Beginning page-final page. DOI
Nemenzo, F. (2016). Misadventures in political science. Philippine Political Science Journal, 37(1), 63-66. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01154451.2016.1149918
Omit the DOI if none is available. Include the URL of the article’s website if the article was not found through a library database.
Magazine or newspaper article found online
Last Name, F. I. (Year of publication, Month day). Full article title. Newspaper/magazine title. Retrieved from URL
Waxm an, O. B. (2016, December 20). When does winter start? It depends on what you mean by “winter”. Time Magazine. Retrieved from http://time.com/4607873/2016-first-day-of-winter-solstice
Magazine or newspaper article in print:
For an article in a magazine or newspaper, use the full publication date and only include a volume or issue number if it’s available. For pages in newspapers, list them as p. 1 and, for articles with multiple pages, as pp. A1, A6, etc.
Hinz, G. (2014, June 2). Raise the minimum wage. Crain’s Chicago Business, p. 2.