In-Text Citations Examples for Web Sources and No Author Given

For electronic resources that have no page numbers omit the page number. For APA, substitute a paragraph number.

APA: "If a government's first priority is to protect the lives of its people, then ringfencing health spending while cutting other budgets and trying to drive down the cost of medicines—policies being pursued in Europe—seem sensible options" (Kelland, 2010, para. 2).

 

MLA: "If a government's first priority is to protect the lives of its people, then ringfencing health spending while cutting other budgets and trying to drive down the cost of medicines—policies being pursued in Europe—seem sensible options" (Kelland).

 

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(Photo credit: Speaker Pelosi. Molly Secours. Used under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.) 

Fig. 3: Pelosi, Nancy. Molly Secours. 22 July 2009. Flickr. Web. 21 Aug. 2010.

 

If a particular work has no author use a shortened version of the title instead of the author's last name.

APA: "The Affordable Care Act expands initiatives to increase racial and ethnic diversity in the health care professions." ("Health Disparities," 2010).

MLA: "The Affordable Care Act expands initiatives to increase racial and ethnic diversity in the health care professions." ("Health Disparities").

 

Full MLA citations for the in-text citation examples given:

"Health Disparities and the Affordable Care Act." HealthCare.gov. U.S. Department of Health and Human

                Services. 2010. Web. 13 July 2010.

Kelland, Kate. "Analysis: Health and Austerity: When Budget Cuts Cost Lives." Reuters. 4 July 2010. Web.

                13 July 2010.

Samuelson, Robert. "A Savings Mirage on Health Care." Washington Post 14 Dec. 2009: A21. Newsbank. Web. 13 July 2010.

 

 


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