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How to cite an online magazine article in AMA
To cite an online magazine article in a reference entry in AMA style 11st edition include the following elements:
- Author(s) of article: Give the last name, and initials of up to six authors (e.g. Watson J). For more authors only the first three are listed, followed by et al.
- Title of the article: Do not italicize article titles. Capitalize the first letter of each major word.
- Name of magazine: Italicize the title and capitalize the first letter of each major word.
- Date of publication: Give the month day, and year of publication.
- Page numbers: Give the initial page number, a hyphen, and the final page number, followed by a period.
- URL: Give the URL including all its elements (https://www, .com).
- Date of access: Give the month day, and year of retrieval preceded by the word 'accessed' (Accessed June 1, 2004.).
Here is the basic format for a reference list entry of an online magazine article in AMA style 11st edition:
.Title of the article. Name of magazine. Date of publication: Page numbers. URL. Accessed Date of access.
Take a look at our reference list examples that demonstrate the AMA style guidelines in action:
An article from the digital version of a science magazine
Better planet: Can a maligned pesticide save lives? Discover Magazine. November 20, 2007. http://discovermagazine.com/. Accessed April 7, 2018..
An article from the digital version of a technology magazine
Intelligent technology for an aging population: The use of AI to assist elders with cognitive impairment. AI Magazine. June 15, 2005: 9-24. https://www.aaai.org/. Accessed March 16, 2016..
This citation style guide is based on the AMA Manual of Style (11th edition).