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IPD Citation Style v3.0: Newspaper article obtained online

Use of the IPD citation style and RefWorks with examples

Newspaper article obtained online

[8] Newspaper Articles

Use the Newspaper Article reference type for newspaper articles.

[8] M. Tali, "Plastic explosives blamed for train crash," New York Times sec. 2, pp. 11, January 3, 1989.

Note: this is a one page article. “pp.” indicates multiple pages and “p.” indicates a single page although some styles do not make the distinction and use “pp.” or “p.” throughout.

  1. The data is the same as the "obtained in print" example except for the addition of the URL.