To create a bibliographic citation of a report accessed in The CQ Researcher Online, select CiteNow!™ a unique tool in the CQ Press Electronic Library that, with a couple mouse clicks, generates a citation based on your choice of four guides to citing online sources:
APA: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association: Fifth Edition
Bluebook: The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation: 17th Edition
Chicago: Chicago Manual of Style: 15th Edition
MLA: MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers: Seventh Edition
Or, you may create your own citation based on the following examples:
Author [Last Name, Initial]. (Year, Month Day). Title of report [Capitalize first letter of first word and all proper nouns]. The CQ Researcher Online, Volume Number, Page Range. Retrieved Month Day, Year, from URL. Document ID: cqresrreYYYYMMDD [ID located at end of URL].
Example: Hatch, D. (2003, June 6). Drug company ethics. The CQ Researcher Online, 13, 521-544. Retrieved July 4, 2003, from http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/cqresrre2003060600. Document ID: cqresrre2003060600.
Author [First Name Last Name], Title of Report, Volume Number THE CQ RESEARCHER ONLINE Page Range (Month Day, Year), available at URL. (last visited Month Day, Year). Document ID: cqresrreYYYMMDD [ID located at end of URL].
Example: David Hatch, Drug Company Ethics, 13 THE CQ RESEARCHER ONLINE 521-544 (June 6, 2003), available at http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher. (last visited July 4, 2003) Document ID: cqresrre2003060600.
Author [Last Name, First]. "Title of Report." The CQ Researcher Online Volume Number [no.], Issue Number (Month Day, Year): Page Range. URL (accessed Month Day, Year).
Example: Hatch, David. "Drug Company Ethics." The CQ Researcher Online 13, no. 22 (June 6, 2003): 521-544. http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/cqresrre2003060600 (accessed July 4, 2003).
Author [Last Name, First]. "Title of Report." CQ Researcher Volume Number. Issue Number (Year): Page number(s). CQ Researcher. Web. Date accessed (Day Month Year). <URL>. (URL is optional)
Example: Hatch, David. "Drug Company Ethics." CQ Researcher 13.22 (2003): 521-544. CQ Researcher. Web. 2 April 2009. <http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/cqresrre2003060600>.
A guide to citing online sources that you may find helpful:
Online!: A Reference Guide to Using Internet Sources (Bedford/St. Martin's): http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/online/.
A Note about CQ Global Researcher Citations:
While citations for CQ Global Researcher articles generally follow the same format as those in CQ Researcher, there are a few exceptions. Because Global is published monthly, you will not have a publication day and the document ID prefix is now: cqrglobal. Because Global is only published in an online format, you must consult the downloadable pdf version for pagination. This version can be easily accessed by clicking on the "View PDF" button in the toolbar. However, for easy citing in popular formats, make use of CQ Press's exclusive citation tool, CiteNow! Please use the following sample in MLA format as a guide for CQ Global Researcher articles:
Example: Loewenberg, Samuel. "Anti-Americanism." CQ Global Researcher 1.3 (2007): 51-74. CQ Researcher. Web. 2 April 2009. <http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/cqresrre2003060600>
Citation style for online sources is continually evolving. Moreover, The CQ Researcher Online's publication format, whether it is a news magazine or scholarly journal, may be interpreted differently by citation authorities. Consult your instructor in choosing the appropriate style and for further guidance in citing The CQ Researcher Online.