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Webpages & Websites
"Use the webpages and websites category if there is no other reference category that fits and the work has no parent or overarching publication (e.g., journal, blog, conference proceedings, a report) other than the website itself." p. 287 Concise Guide to APA Style
Note the 2 examples to the right and consult the APA Style website for more information.
Basic format: Author, A. A. (Year). Title of page. Webpage. http://xxxxx
1. Author(s). Note: List each author's last name and initials as Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. If there is no author, spell out the name of the organization or site.
2. (Year, Month Date). Note: Provide as specific a date as is available, but may be only the year. If there is no date use (n.d.).
3. Title of page or section. Note: Italicize the title of the page.
4. Source. Note: Usually the official name of the website. If the source would be the same as the author, you can omit the source to avoid repetition.
Webpage on a website with a government agency group author
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2018, August 22). Preventing HPV-associated cancers.
Webpage on a website with an individual author
Smith, Andrea B. (2000, September 01). Hispanic/Latino. EthnoMed. https://ethnomed.org/culture/hispanic-latino/
See the APA Style website for more Webpage on a Website References examples: https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/references/examples/webpage-website-references