Magazine citations should include the following information:
You may also need:
Tips to remember:
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What Is a Digital Object Identifier?
A Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is a unique set of numbers and letters that can be assigned to a particular article to help identify it. Unlike a URL or Web address, an article's DOI always remains the same. Each article has a unique DOI - think of it as a "digital thumbprint."
How are DOIs used in APA citations?
DOIs are used in APA citations to help scholars find cited articles more efficiently. Unlike URL links and Web addresses, which can break or change, a DOI provides a consistent way to look up a referenced article. If you have a DOI for your article, include it at the end of the citation.
Where can I find an article's DOI?
Not all articles are assigned DOIs yet, but if available, the DOI will usually be included with the rest of the electrontic citation information for your article. This may be on the first or last page of the article, or there may be a separate link to citation information. You can also check the CrossRef database to see if a DOI is available for your article.
Article in a Print Magazine APA 7.01.7
Magazine Article Accessed Online APA 6.32, 7.01.08
APA does not distinguish between articles accessed through a database and articles accessed via the Web. Cite the article as you would a print article, followed by: