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This is a Library Resource Guide for the Ethical Dilemmas in Contemporary Society research paper.
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Citation Help

The Purdue OWL website is the definitive resource for MLA (Modern Language Association) citation style.


Examples for Citing Sources


Citing All Documents from Databases

1. Author. 2. “Title of article.” 3. Name of periodical 4. Volume and issue numbers 5. (Date of publication): 6. Inclusive pages. 7. Name of database. 8. Medium - in this case Web. 9. Your date of access.                                        

With two authors:

Saliba, George, and Katherine L. Jacobs. “Saving the San Pedro River.” Environment 50.6   (2008): 30-43. ProQuest. Web. 3 Mar. 2010.                

With no author:

“The World.” Time 175 (2010): 12-13. Gale General OneFile. Web. 24 Feb. 2010.


Citing a Short Work from a Web Site

1. Author (if given). 2.“Title of the short work.” 3. Title of the site. 4. Sponsor of the site, 5. Date of publication or last update. 6. Medium – in this case Web. 7. Your date of access.


“Living Old.” Frontline. PBS Online, 21 Nov. 2006. Web. 19 Jan. 2009.


Citing an Online Book, Play, or Long Poem

Cite a book or a book-length work, such as a play or a long poem, as you would a short work from a web site (above) but italicize the title of the work.


Stackelberg, Roderick. Hitler’s Germany. London: Routledge, 1999. Questia, Web. 24 Feb. 2010.

Citing an Entire Web Site

1. Name of author, editor, or corporate sponsor. 2. Title of the site italicized. 3. Sponsor of the site, 4. Date of publication or last update. 5. Medium - in this case Web. 6. Your date of access.                                


United States Environmental Protection Agency. Drinking Water Standards. EPA, 28 Nov. 2006. Web. 24 Jan. 2007.


Use the following abbreviations to denote missing information:

  • n.d. – no date of publication given
  • n.p. – no place of publication or no publisher
  • n.pag. – no page numbers

Check the sidebar when looking at articles from the databases; you may be able to copy the correct MLA citation for your article.

If you keep your citation list in a Google Spreadsheet as you research you will be able use the sort function to easily alphabetize your sorces when preparing your works-cited page.

Citation Help

Technology can help with the grunt work of formatting your citations. Try using these tools to get your citations into the correct format. Double check them against MLA format and edit where necessary. 

  • Son of Citation Machine
    This website allows you to input information about your sources and will generate an MLA formatted citation for your works cited list.
  • EasyBib
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  • BibMe
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