How to Cite

APA Style:

(Article from a book in CQ Press Library)

Article title. (date published). In Book title. City: Publisher. Retrieved Month, Day Year, from Database Name, full URL. Document ID: document id number.

For example: The political year, 1982 chronology. (1985). In Congress and the nation, 81-84 (Vol. 6). Washington: CQ Press. Retrieved June 9, 2004, from CQ Press Library, CQ Public Affairs Collection, http://library.cqpress.com/cqpac/catn81-0011175445. Document ID: catn81-0011175445.

(Article from a journal in CQ Press Library)

Author Last, Author's First Initial (Year, Month Day published). Article title. Journal Title, Volume Number. Retrieved Month, Day, Year, from full URL. Document ID: document id number.

For example: Glazer, S. (1997, January 10). Combating scientific misconduct. The CQ Researcher, 7. Retrieved June 9, 2004, from http://library.cqpress.com/cqpac/cqresrre1997011000. Document ID: cqresrre1997011000.

(CQ Press Library Document)

Author. Article Title. (Year). In CQ Press Library. City: Publisher. Retrieved Month, Day, Year, from CQ Press Library, Database, full URL. Document ID: document id number.

For example: U.S. Census report on the decrease in health insurance coverage. (2003). In CQ Press Library. Washington: CQ Press. Retrieved June 11, 2004, from CQ Press Library, CQ Public Affairs Collection, http://library.cqpress.com/cqpac/hsdc03-157-9172-559456. Document ID: hsdc03-157-9172-559456.

Bluebook:

(Article from a book in CQ Press Library)

Article Title, in BOOK TITLE (vol. #, Year published), available in DATABASE NAME, full URL (last visited Month, Day, Year). Document ID: document id number.

For example: The Political Year, 1982 Chronology, in CONGRESS AND THE NATION, 81-84 (vol. 6, 1985), available in CQ Press LIBRARY, CQ Public Affairs Collection, http://library.cqpress.com/cqpac/catn81-0011175445 (last visited June 9, 2004). Document ID: catn81-0011175445.

(Article from a journal in CQ Press Library)

Author First Author Last, Article Title, Volume Number JOURNAL TITLE (Month, Day, Year published), available at full URL (last visited Month, Day Year). Document ID: document id number.

For example: Sarah Glazer, Combating Scientific Misconduct, 7 THE CQ RESEARCHER (January 10, 1997), available at http://library.cqpress.com/cqpac/cqresrre1997011000 (last visited June 9, 2004). Document ID: cqresrre1997011000.

(CQ Press Library Document)

Article Title, in CQ Press LIBRARY, available in CQ Press LIBRARY, full URL (last visited Month, Day, Year). Document ID: document id number.

For example: U.S. Census Report on the Decrease in Health Insurance Coverage, in CQ Press LIBRARY (2003), available in CQ Press LIBRARY, CQ Public Affairs Collection, http://library.cqpress.com/cqpac/hsdc03-157-9172-559456 (last visited June 11, 2004). Document ID: hsdc03-157-9172-559456.

Chicago:

(Article from a book in CQ Press Library)

"Article Title." Database Name, document id. Originally published in Book Title, vol. # (City: Publisher, Date). full URL (accessed Month Day, Year).

For example: "The Political Year, 1982 Chronology." CQ Press Library, CQ Public Affairs Collection, catn81-0011175445. Originally published in Congress and the Nation, 81-84, vol. 6 (Washington: CQ Press, 1985). http://library.cqpress.com/cqpac/catn81-0011175445 (accessed June 9, 2004).

(Article from a journal in CQ Press Library)

Author Last, Author First. "Article Title." Journal Title volume #, issue # (Month, Day, Year). full URL (accessed Month, Day, Year).

For example: Glazer, Sarah. "Combating Scientific Misconduct." The CQ Researcher 7, no. 1 (January 10, 1997). http://library.cqpress.com/cqpac/cqresrre1997011000 (accessed June 9, 2004).

(CQ Press Library Document)

"Article Title." CQ Press Library, Database, document id number. Originally published in CQ Press Library (Washington: CQ Press, 2003). full URL (accessed Month, Day, Year).

For example: "U.S. Census Report on the Decrease in Health Insurance Coverage." CQ Press Library, CQ Public Affairs Collection, hsdc03-157-9172-559456. Originally published in CQ Press Library (Washington: CQ Press, 2003). http://library.cqpress.com/cqpac/hsdc03-157-9172-559456 (accessed June 11, 2004).

MLA:

(Article from a book in CQ Press Library)

"Article Title." Book Title. Vol. #. City: Publisher, Year Database, Collection. Day Month Year accessed . Document ID: document id number.

For example: "The Political Year, 1982 Chronology." Congress and the Nation, 81-84. Vol. 6. Washington: CQ Press, 1985 CQ Press Library, CQ Public Affairs Collection. 9 June 2004 . Document ID: catn81-0011175445.

(Article from a journal in CQ Press Library)

Author Last, Author First. "Article Title." Journal Title Volume.Issue (Year). Day Month Year . Document ID: document id number.

For example: Glazer, Sarah. "Combating Scientific Misconduct." The CQ Researcher 7.1 (1997). 9 June 2004 . Document ID: cqresrre1997011000.

(CQ Press Library Document)

"Article Title." CQ Press Library. Washington: CQ Press, 2003 CQ Press Library, Database. Day Month Year full URL. Document ID: document id number.

For example: "U.S. Census Report on the Decrease in Health Insurance Coverage." CQ Press Library. Washington: CQ Press, 2003 CQ Press Library, CQ Public Affairs Collection. 11 June 2004 . Document ID: hsdc03-157-9172-559456.

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