How Do I Cite a Book or Article?

MLA Style

Sample book citation:
Houser, Shelley, et al. Quiet Hours: Revealing the Mysteries. VMS Publishing, 2002.

Sample article citation:
Zagano, Phyllis. "The Question of Governance and Ministry for Women." Theological Studies vol. 68 no. 2, 2007, pp. 348-367.

APA Style

Sample book citation:
Houser, S., Kessenich, V., & Matha, K. (2002). Quiet hours: Revealing the mysteries. Notre Dame, IN: VMS Publishing.

Sample article citation:
Roffey, S. (2012). Pupil wellbeing - teacher wellbeing: Two sides of the same coin? Educational and Child Psychology, 29(4), 8-17.

Chicago Manual of Style

Sample book footnote:
Shelley Houser, Veronica Kessenich, and Kristen Matha, Quiet Hours: Revealing the Mysteries (Notre Dame, IN: VMS Publishing, 2002), 25.

Sample book bibliography entry:
Houser, Shelley, Veronica Kessenich, and Kristen Matha. Quiet Hours: Revealing the Mysteries. Notre Dame, IN: VMS Publishing, 2002.

Sample article footnote:
Shirley Zagano, "The Question of Governance and Ministry for Women," Theological Studies 68, no. 2 (2007): 350.

Sample article bibliography entry:
Zagano, Shirley. "The Question of Governance and Ministry for Women." Theological Studies 68, no. 2 (2007): 348-367.