The examples provided are the most commonly cited types of sources such as books, articles in journals, magazines & newspapers, and miscellaneous sources including conferences, web pages, media & other electronic resources.
There are two forms of citations: the notes-bibliography style [used more in the humanities] and the parenthetical citations-reference list style [used in most of the social sciences]. The list of sources used in the bibliography style appears to look more akin to the MLA Style while sources in the reference style are more similar to APA Style. The examples in this LibGuide are the parenthetical citations-reference list style.
No Author or Editor - Reference Book :
Merriam-Webster's collegiate dictionary. 1993. 10th ed. Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster.
Stot, Jon C. 1995. Native Americans in children's literature. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press.
Dunlap, Linda L, ed. 1997. An introduction to early childhood special education. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
Author, from a Printed Source:
Unsnarling the I-way traffic jams. 1998. Business Week, January 12.
a Printed Source:
Sachs, Andrew. 2010. The untold war: Inside the hearts, minds, and souls of our soldiers. Time, March 8.
Online Magazine Article:
Bower, Brandon. 2008. Dawn of the city: Excavations prompt a revolution in thinking about the earliest cities. Science News, Feb. 9. http://www.sciencenewsmagazine.org. (accessed August 9, 2010).
Journal Article from a Printed Source:
Gallegos, Bee and Peter Rillero. 1996. Bibliographic database competencies for preservice teachers. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 4, no. 3: 231-246.
Online Journal Article:
Villarreal, Mark. 2006. Finding our place: Reconstructing community through oral history. The Oral History Review 33, no. 2. http://www.jstor.org/stable/4495382 (accessed August 9, 2010).
Pearson, Susan. L. 1997. Why Johnny can't play. The Arizona Republic, June 5.
Newton, Charles. 2010. Driving-while-texting ban advances Senate. The Arizona Republic. Feb. 15. http://www.azcentral.com (accessed August 9, 2010).
Jackson, Michael. 1979. Off The Wall. New York: Sony Music. 25-3P-149 [CD].
Study Languages, LLC. Learn Spanish. http://www.studyspanish.com. (accessed July 20, 2010).
Interviews and Personal
Communication (Often listed as a note rather than a Citation):
Sandra Johnson, email to author, March 1, 2010).