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APA 6th Edition - Copenhagen Business School: Blog post

How to reference with APA

Blog post

In-text citation (paraphrase) 

(Hagon, 2009)
 
In-text citation (quotation)
 
(Hagon, 2009)
 
Reference List
 
Hagon, P. (2009, September 27). Immediate sharing [Web log post]. Retrieved from
    
http://www.paulhagon.com/ blog/2009/09/27/immediate-sharing/
 
Format:
 
Author Surname, First Initial. Second Initial. OR Author screen name {as it appears on
      
the blog}. (Year, Month Day {of post}). Title of specific post [Web log post]. Retrieved from URL of specific post

Citing new media

If you paraphrase or quote specific, retrievable information from social media, you will need to provide an in-text citation (with the author and date) and a reference list entry (with the author, date, title, and source URL). 

  • If no author is named on the item you are trying to reference, move the title to the start of the reference and follow that by the year of publication. Do not use Anon. or Anonymous unless the publication actually says that.
  • If the author’s name is not available, provide the screen name.
  • If it is the original blog post use [Web log post]; if it is a reply or comment made to the original post, use [Web log comment].
  • Do not italicise title of posts.

Helpers

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Mendeley

Mendeley is referencing software which allows you to:

  • store references
  • organise references
  • generate citations
  • generate reference lists
  • share references

To get a Mendeley account on the CBS Library Institutional Licence please visit CBS Mendeley Guide

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