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Business Resources: Senior Sem - Resources

Find scholarly resources in business

Is Your Source CREDIBLE?

Credibility??? Goal: an authoritative and trustworth source, a source that supplies some good evidence that allows you to trust it.

Look for:  author’s credentials, evidence of quality control, known or respected authority, organizational support. 

Websites must be evaluated.

Library DATABASES provide CREDIBLE information!

Cite Web Pages in APA

Web page

Lee, J. (1997). Kinship and family ties. Retrieved from

In-text citation  (Lee, 1997) 

Web page with no author

Kinship and family ties. (1997). Retrieved from 

In-text citation  ("Kinship and family ties," 1997) 

Web page with no date

Lee, J. (n.d.). Kinship and family ties.Retrieved           from

In-text citation  (Lee, n.d.)

Citations from Proquest ABI/Inform

Wingfield, N. (2004, Dec 16). Out of tune: IPod shortage rocks apple. Wall Street Journal Retrieved from

NOTE: APA 6th Edition does not require the DOI or URL when using a Database.

Article found in a database or in print, with one author:

Lastname, F. M. (Year). Title of article. Title of Journal, volume (issue), pages.

        Pajares, F. (2001). Toward a positive psychology of academic motivation.

       Journal of Educational Research, 95(1), 27-35.

Citing a Chapter or Section of a Book - APA


Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In A. A. Editor & B. B. Editor (Eds.),

Title of book (pages of chapter). Location: Publisher.

David, F. R., & David, M. E. (2016). The Cohesion Case. In Strategic Management:

A Competitive Advantage Approach (pp. 26–34). Boston: Pearson.