Skip to main content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
Print Magazine Article Obtained in Print
 Magazine Article: Print Article Obtained in Print
Use the Magazine Article reference type for journal or magazine articles.
 K. Paramaguru, "GoldieBlox, the toy designed to inspire future female engineers," Time, September 24, 2012, p. 47.
- Use the abbreviated journal title only when you do not have the full title.
- For complete dates, use Pub Year for the year and Pub Date Free Form for the month/day. For example, for the date “January 5, 2003” the “2003” should be entered in the Pub Year field and the January 5” in the Pub Date Free Form field. Magazines often begin each new issue with page 1 and the full date of publication is critical. Journals usually start with page 1 at the beginning of a volume and continue the pagination through each new issue until the volume is complete, thus the full date is optional.
- Enter the first page of the article in the Start Page field. Exception: if the pages are not continuous, enter them all in the Start Page field. For example, “22-24, 26.” Enter the remaining page numbers in the Other Pages field.
Special Note: This example is a one page article. RefWorks will automatically use the plural page indicator (pp.); manually change this to the single form (p.).