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If you use a magazine article online, use the url of the magazine. If there is a doi, use this instead of a url
If the article has multiple authors, list them just as you would for other sources in MLA style
Works Cited list:
Author Surname, First Name. "Title of Article." Title of Periodical, Day Month Year, pages. url or doi (if applicable)
Mehta, Nathan S. "Beyond the Melting Pot." Time. 9 April 1990, 30.
(Author Surname page number)
Kuttner, Robert and James Cain. “The Great American Pension-Fund Robbery: Reasons Why Pensions Are Underfunded.” BusinessWeek, no. 3848, 2003, pp. 24–26. www.businessweek.com.
- Include volume and issue number (example:) when both are available.
- When an issue of a magazine covers several months, the name of the first and last month in the range should be given in the citation, separated by a dash, for example:.
- When an article appears on nonconsecutive pages (for example A1 and A6) give only the first page number followed by a "+" as shown above. Give the page number on which the material you've used appears in your in-text citation, for example:.
- The name of the work being reviewed should be preceded by "Rev.", and italics or other formatting done as appropriate for items reviewed and the source of the review itself.