Plagiarism.org recommends that you cite sources under the following conditions:
Book (Single author):
Author's last name, First name initial. Middle name initial. (publication year ). Title of the book: Subtitle of the book. Place of Publication: Publisher.
Turner, G. (2013). Transfer pricing in international business: A management tool for adding value. New York: Business Expert Press.
Author's last name, First name initial. Middle name initial. (year, Month day). Article title. Newspaper Title, page.
Cameron, D. (2017, May 22). World news: U.S. defense deals with Riyadh open up jobs. Wall Street Journal, p. A5.
Journal Article (Single author):
Note: Include the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) at the end, if available.
Author's last name, First name initial. Middle initial. (publication year). Title of the article: Subtitle of the article. Title of the Journal, volume number(issue number), pages. doi:http://www.xxxxxx
Young, Q. (2016). Health care reform: A new public health movement. American Journal of Public Health, 106(6), 1023-1024.
Journal Article (Two authors):
Qrunfleh, S., & Tarafdar, M. (2013). Lean and agile supply chain strategies and supply chain responsiveness: The role of strategic supplier partnership and postponement. Supply Chain Management, 18(6), 571-582. https://doi.org/10.1108/SCM-01-2013-0015
Author. (Date of publication). Title of webpage/article. Retrieved from http://www.xxxxxx
Central Intelligence Agency. (2014). Mexico. In The World Factbook 2013-14. Retrieved from https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/mx.html
Corporate Author, Government Report Retrieved Online:
Author, A. A. (year). Title of work. Subtitle of work (Report No. xxx). Retrieved from http://www.xxxxxx
Carso, E. A. (2016). Prisoners in 2015 (NCJ Report No. 250229). Retrieved from https://www.bjs.gov/content/pub/pdf/p15.pdf