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ASA journal article with one author

Use the ASA citation generator to create entries for a bibliography. Choose the type of source, for example, book, journal or newspaper. Enter the necessary information, such as the author’s name, the source’s title, page numbers and year of publication. The generator then creates a citation in the desired style. Using citation machine serves as a time and labor facilitating tool with is necessary when you writing ether academic paper, dissertation or college essay.

There are many reasons why it is important to cite work borrowed from other sources in academic writing. The simplest of these is that most, if not all, schools require it.

After that, there is the point of honesty. Third, to demonstrate learning and knowledge of a field. By that I mean, often you are attempting to show that you are familiar with the scholarship in a given area, that you know which sources are most important, and that you can distinguish between ideas developed by different thinkers. Obviously, citations show this. Furthermore, courtesy for your readers. Assume your readers are interested in what you have to say, and will want to do more reading in the subject. You are telling them where to find useful sources.

Creating a ASA journal citation requires certain information on source. Basically it falls under basic template. Basic ASA citation template used for citing sources like magazine, books newspaper articles and so others. According to ASA citation guide basic citation format include: author’s name, year of publication, title of the work cited, city of publication if available.  

Citing a print journal with one author with ASA citation generator required followed elements on source:

  • Author;
  • Year;
  • Title of the article;
  • Journal title;
  • Volume number;
  • Issue;
  • Pages.