References are on a separate page and it has a complete list of sources you have used in your paper/essay with each entry containing:
WHO is responsible for creating the information, WHEN the information was created, WHAT it is (title(s), subtitle, edition, etc.), and WHERE it can be found. For more information please see Part 5 of Clearly APA: The NorQuest Guide to APA Style beginning on page 53.
References are double-spaced, each entry is formatted with a hanging indent, and the complete list is alphabetized by the first word of each entry. For more information on formatting, go to the Document Formatting page or check out What Goes Where?
Alphabetizing the Reference List
Learn how to arrange entries in the reference list, including how to alphabetize multiple works by the same author, the same author and date of publication, different authors with the same surname, group authors, or no author.
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