Monaghan, R. (2013). Not quite terrorism: Animal rights extremism in the United Kingdom. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 36(11), 933-951. https://doi.org/10.1080/1057610X.2013.832117
Now move on to the next section to look at how to format the year of publication.
Monaghan, R. (2013).
Now go to the next section to see how the title of the article is formatted in APA style.
Now let's look at the article title:
Monaghan, R. (2013). Not quite terrorism: Animal rights extremism in the United Kingdom.
Now scroll down to the next section to see how the title of the journal in which this article appears is formatted.
Now we'll take a look at the journal title (including the volume and issue numbers, and page numbers):
Notice 4 things about the the journal title:
Scroll to the next section to learn about the volume and issue numbers, and what they mean.
Let's look now at the volume number, 36, and the issue number, 11:
Now let's go to the next section to learn about formatting the page numbers.
Now let's take a look at how to format the page numbers on which this article in the issue of this journal appear:
Note that when formatting page numbers for your References list in APA Style, you
If this were a print article or an electronic database article without a DOI number that you would now be finished. But since it was published in electronic format and has a DOI number, you have one more step. Scroll down to the next section to learn what that is...
Many articles in electronic format are assigned a unique DOI number to make it easier to find online (DOI stands for "Digital Object Identifier"). If your e-article has a DOI number, you must include it in your citation. Our example article does have a DOI: