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With any format, you only list a piece of information once –
Example: Website name = CNN.com and Sponsor = CNN.com, you only complete
the website name In Text Citations – (Text or Image) Have Author, no reference to the article in the sentence itself: The economy will decline for 6 months before turning around (Smith, 2002).
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No Author:(“The US Economy…,” 2002).
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Smith, Frank. (2007, Oct. 29). “The U. S. Economy.” Nation Alert. 23(12), p 4. eLibrary. Proquest. Retrieved 20 Oct. 2013 from .