A magazine or newspaper article: How do I write the reference list entry?
Geerts, W. (2020, February 24). Travel megatrends 2020: Short-term rental winners emerge . Skift. https://skift.com/2020/02/24/travel-megatrends-2020-short-term-rental-winners-emerge/
Strauss, D. (2021, October 22). Global wage pressures add to global fears. Financial Times.
Author – WHO? Use the family name followed by the initial letter of the first name. Use the ampersand “&” before the family name of the last author in the list. Check you have included the commas “,” and periods “.” in the correct place. In case the author is an organization, for example “Skift”, use the name of the organization as the author. In this case, there is no need to repeat the name of the organization after the title of the webpage. Check you have included the period “.” in the correct place.
Date – WHEN? Write the year of publication, the month and the day of the article enclosed in parentheses ( ). Check you have included the period “.” in the correct place.
Title – WHAT? Write the title of the article normal font. Use sentence-style capitalization, meaning the initial letter of the first word should be capitalized, following words should be lower case. If there is a period *.” or colon “:” in the title of the article, the initial letter of the following word should be capitalized. The names of people, countries, and so on should have an initial capital letter. End the title with a period “.”.
Source – WHERE? Write the name of the organization in italics followed by period “.”. Each main word in the name of the organization should begin with a capital letter. You should include URL as a hyperlink (i.e., beginning with http:// or https://).
Corresponding in-text citation styles
Parenthetical citation: The hospitality industry will expand by 3% (Geerts, 2020).
Narrative citation: Geerts (2020) predicts that the hospitality industry will expand by 3%.
For more information, see
American Psychological Association. (2020). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.), p.320.
American Psychological Association. (n.d). Magazine article references. https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/references/examples/magazine-article-references
American Psychological Association. (n.d). Newspaper article references. https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/references/examples/newspaper-article-references