APA citation format is commonly used in the social sciences. It involves the use of parenthetical in-text citations (the citation information is within parentheses). All APA reference list entries contain four main components: author, date, title, and source. Those components are organized as follows:
If you are unable to locate components for a reference, the APA Style website has a page on Missing Reference Information.
More information on APA citation can be found here - APA Citation Guide
Here is a quick tutorial to learn basics of APA citation.
Writing with Microsoft Word: In Microsoft Word you can also set your default document layout to APA style.
As well as adding citations in a word document - More on this here - Adding Citations in a Word Document.
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