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What Is Cite This For Me's Citation Generator?

Cite This For Me’s open-access generator is an automated citation machine that turns any of your sources into citations in just a click. Using a citation generator helps students to integrate referencing into their research and writing routine; turning a time-consuming ordeal into a simple task.

A citation machine is essentially a works cited generator that accesses information from across the web, drawing the relevant information into a fully-formatted bibliography that clearly presents all of the sources that have contributed to your work.

If you don’t know how to cite correctly, or have a fast-approaching deadline, Cite This For Me’s accurate and intuitive citation machine will lend you the confidence to realise your full academic potential. In order to get a grade that reflects all your hard work, your citations must be accurate and complete. Using a citation maker to create your references not only saves you time but also ensures that you don’t lose valuable marks on your assignment.

Not sure how to format your citations, what citations are, or just want to find out more about Cite This For Me’s citation machine? This guide outlines everything you need to know to equip yourself with the know-how and confidence to research and cite a wide range of diverse sources in your work.

Why Do I Need To Cite?

Simply put, referencing is the citing of sources used in essays, articles, research, conferences etc. When another source contributes to your work, you have to give the original owner the appropriate credit. After all, you wouldn’t steal someone else’s possessions so why would you steal their ideas?

Any factual material or ideas you take from another source must be acknowledged in a reference, unless it is common knowledge (e.g. President Kennedy was killed in 1963). Failing to credit all of your sources, even when you’ve paraphrased or completely reworded the information, is plagiarism. Plagiarizing will result in disciplinary action, which can range from losing precious points on your assignment to expulsion from your university.

What’s more, attributing your research infuses credibility and authority into your work, both by supporting your own ideas and by demonstrating the breadth of your research. For many students, crediting sources can be a confusing and tedious process, but it’s a surefire way to improve the quality of your work so it’s essential to get it right. Luckily for you, using Cite This For Me’s citation machine makes creating accurate references easier than ever, leaving more time for you to excel in your studies.

In summary, the referencing process serves three main functions:

How Do I Cite My Sources With The Cite This For Me's Citation Machine?

Cite This For Me’s citation generator is the most accurate citation machine available, so whether you’re not sure how to format in-text citations or are looking for a foolproof solution to automate a fully-formatted works cited list, this citation machine will solve all of your referencing needs.

Referencing your source material doesn’t just prevent you from losing valuable marks for plagiarism, it also provides all of the information to help your reader find for themselves the book, article, or other item you are citing. The accessible interface of this citation builder makes it easy for you to identify the source you have used – simply enter its unique identifier into the citation machine search bar. If this information is not available you can search for the title or author instead, and then select from the search results that appear below the citation generator.

The good news is that by using tools such as Cite This For Me, which help you work smarter, you don’t need to limit your research to sources that are traditional to cite. In fact, there are no limits to what you can reference, whether it be a YouTube video, website or a tweet.

To use the works cited generator, simply:

*If you require another referencing style for your paper, essay or other academic work, you can select from over 7,500 styles.

Once you have created your Cite This For Me account you will be able to use the citation machine to generate multiple references and save them into a project. Use the highly-rated iOS or Android apps to create references in a flash with your smartphone camera, export your complete bibliography in one go, and much more.

What Will The Citation Machine Create For Me?

Cite This For Me’s citation maker will generate your reference in two parts; an in-text citation and a full reference to be copied straight into your work.

The citation machine will auto-generate the correct formatting for your works cited list or bibliography depending on your chosen style. For instance, if you select a parenthetical style on the citation machine it will generate an in-text citation in parentheses, along with a full reference to slot into your bibliography. Likewise, if the citation generator is set to a footnote style then it will create a fully-formatted reference for your reference page and bibliography, as well as a corresponding footnote to insert at the bottom of the page containing the relevant source.

Parenthetical referencing examples:

In-text example: A nation has been defined as an imagined community (Anderson, 2006).* Alternative format: Anderson (2006) defined a nation as an imagined community.

*The citation machine will create your references in the first style, but this should be edited if the author’s name already appears in the text.

Bibliography / Works Cited list example: Anderson, B. (2006). Imagined Communities. London: Verso.

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What Are Citation Styles?

A citation style is a set of rules that you, as an academic writer, must follow to ensure the quality and relevance of your work. There are thousands of styles that are used in different academic institutions around the world, but in the US the most common are APA, MLA and Chicago.

The style you need to use will depend on the preference of your professor, discipline or academic institution – so if you’re unsure which style you should be using, consult your department and follow their guidelines exactly, as this is what you’ll be evaluated on when it comes to grading.

Referencing isn’t just there to guard against plagiarism – presenting your research in a clear and consistent way eases the reader’s comprehension. Each style has a different set of rules for both page formatting and referencing. Be sure to adhere to formatting rules such as font type, font size and line spacing to ensure that your work is easily legible. Furthermore, if your work is published as part of an anthology or collected works, each entry will need to be presented in the same style to maintain uniformity throughout. It is important to make sure that you don’t jump from one style to another, so follow the rules carefully to ensure your reference page and bibliography are both accurate and complete.

If you need a hand with your referencing then why not try Cite This For Me’s citation builder? It’s the quickest and easiest way to reference any source, in any style. The citation generator above will create your references in MLA format style as standard, but this powerful citation machine can generate fully-formatted references in thousands of the widely used global college styles – including individual university variations of each style. So, whether your subject requires you to use the APA citation , or your professor has asked you to adopt the Chicago style citation so that your work includes numbered footnotes, we’re sure to have the style you need. Cite This For Me also offers a citation machine and helpful formatting guide for styles such as ASA , IEEE or AMA . To access all of them, simply create your free account and search for your specific style.

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How Do I Format A Works Cited List Or Bibliography?

Drawing on a wide range of sources greatly enhances the quality of your work, and reading above and beyond your recommended reading list – and then using these sources to support your own thesis – is an excellent way to impress your reader. A clearly presented works cited list or bibliography demonstrates the lengths you have gone to in researching your chosen topic.

Typically, a works cited list starts on a new page at the end of the main body of text and includes a complete list of the sources you have actually cited in your paper. This list should contain all the information needed for the reader to locate the original source of the information, quote or statistic that directly contributed to your work. On the other hand, a bibliography is a comprehensive list of all the material you may have consulted throughout your research and writing process. Both provide the necessary information for readers to retrieve and check the sources cited in your work.

Each style’s guidelines will define the terminology of ‘ works cited ’ and ‘ bibliography ’, as well as providing formatting guidelines for font, line spacing and page indentations. In addition, it will instruct you on how to order your works cited list or bibliography – this will usually be either alphabetical or chronological (meaning the order that these sources appear in your work). Before submitting your work, be sure to check that you have formatted your whole paper – including your reference page and bibliography – according to your style’s formatting guidelines.

Sounds complicated? Referencing has never been so easy; Cite This For Me’s citation machine will automatically generate fully-formatted references for your works cited page or bibliography in your chosen style. Sign in to your Cite This For Me account to save and export your bibliography straight into Microsoft Word, Evernote, EndNote and more. If that sounds like too much work.

How Do Citations Actually Work?

Although the citation generator will create your bibliography and works cited list for you in record time, it is still useful to understand how this system works behind the scenes. Understanding how a citation machine actually generates references will greatly increase the quality of your work.

As well as saving you time with its citation maker, Cite This For Me provides the learning resources to help you fully understand the citing process and the benefits of adopting great referencing standards.

The referencing process:

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🤔 What is an APA Citation Generator?

An APA citation generator is a software tool that will automatically format academic citations in the American Psychological Association (APA) style.

It will usually request vital details about a source -- like the authors, title, and publish date -- and will output these details with the correct punctuation and layout required by the official APA style guide.

Formatted citations created by a generator can be copied into the bibliography of an academic paper as a way to give credit to the sources referenced in the main body of the paper.

👩‍🎓 Who uses an APA Citation Generator?

College-level and post-graduate students are most likely to use an APA citation generator, because APA style is the most favored style at these learning levels. Before college, in middle and high school, MLA style is more likely to be used. In other parts of the world styles such as Harvard (UK and Australia) and DIN 1505 (Europe) are used more often.

🙌 Why should I use a Citation Generator?

Like almost every other citation style, APA style can be cryptic and hard to understand when formatting citations. Citations can take an unreasonable amount of time to format manually, and it is easy to accidentally include errors. By using a citation generator to do this work you will:

In academia, bibliographies are graded on their accuracy against the official APA rulebook, so it is important for students to ensure their citations are formatted correctly. Special attention should also be given to ensure the entire document (including main body) is structured according to the APA guidelines. Our complete APA format guide has everything you need know to make sure you get it right (including examples and diagrams).

⚙️ How do I use MyBib's APA Citation Generator?

Our APA generator was built with a focus on simplicity and speed. To generate a formatted reference list or bibliography just follow these steps:

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How to Cite Sources

Here is a complete list for how to cite sources. Most of these guides present citation guidance and examples in MLA, APA, and Chicago.

If you’re looking for general information on MLA or APA citations , the EasyBib Writing Center was designed for you! It has articles on what’s needed in an MLA in-text citation , how to format an APA paper, what an MLA annotated bibliography is, making an MLA works cited page, and much more!

MLA Format Citation Examples

The Modern Language Association created the MLA Style, currently in its 9th edition, to provide researchers with guidelines for writing and documenting scholarly borrowings.  Most often used in the humanities, MLA style (or MLA format ) has been adopted and used by numerous other disciplines, in multiple parts of the world.

MLA provides standard rules to follow so that most research papers are formatted in a similar manner. This makes it easier for readers to comprehend the information. The MLA in-text citation guidelines, MLA works cited standards, and MLA annotated bibliography instructions provide scholars with the information they need to properly cite sources in their research papers, articles, and assignments.

APA Format Citation Examples

The American Psychological Association created the APA citation style in 1929 as a way to help psychologists, anthropologists, and even business managers establish one common way to cite sources and present content.

APA is used when citing sources for academic articles such as journals, and is intended to help readers better comprehend content, and to avoid language bias wherever possible. The APA style (or APA format ) is now in its 7th edition, and provides citation style guides for virtually any type of resource.

Chicago Style Citation Examples

The Chicago/Turabian style of citing sources is generally used when citing sources for humanities papers, and is best known for its requirement that writers place bibliographic citations at the bottom of a page (in Chicago-format footnotes ) or at the end of a paper (endnotes).

The Turabian and Chicago citation styles are almost identical, but the Turabian style is geared towards student published papers such as theses and dissertations, while the Chicago style provides guidelines for all types of publications. This is why you’ll commonly see Chicago style and Turabian style presented together. The Chicago Manual of Style is currently in its 17th edition, and Turabian’s A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations is in its 8th edition.

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6 Interesting Citation Facts

The world of citations may seem cut and dry, but there’s more to them than just specific capitalization rules, MLA in-text citations , and other formatting specifications. Citations have been helping researches document their sources for hundreds of years, and are a great way to learn more about a particular subject area.

Ever wonder what sets all the different styles apart, or how they came to be in the first place? Read on for some interesting facts about citations!

1. There are Over 7,000 Different Citation Styles

You may be familiar with MLA and APA citation styles, but there are actually thousands of citation styles used for all different academic disciplines all across the world. Deciding which one to use can be difficult, so be sure to ask you instructor which one you should be using for your next paper.

2. Some Citation Styles are Named After People

While a majority of citation styles are named for the specific organizations that publish them (i.e. APA is published by the American Psychological Association, and MLA format is named for the Modern Language Association), some are actually named after individuals. The most well-known example of this is perhaps Turabian style, named for Kate L. Turabian, an American educator and writer. She developed this style as a condensed version of the Chicago Manual of Style in order to present a more concise set of rules to students.

3. There are Some Really Specific and Uniquely Named Citation Styles

How specific can citation styles get? The answer is very. For example, the “Flavour and Fragrance Journal” style is based on a bimonthly, peer-reviewed scientific journal published since 1985 by John Wiley & Sons. It publishes original research articles, reviews and special reports on all aspects of flavor and fragrance. Another example is “Nordic Pulp and Paper Research,” a style used by an international scientific magazine covering science and technology for the areas of wood or bio-mass constituents.

4. More citations were created on  in the first quarter of 2018 than there are people in California.

The US Census Bureau estimates that approximately 39.5 million people live in the state of California. Meanwhile, about 43 million citations were made on EasyBib from January to March of 2018. That’s a lot of citations.

5. “Citations” is a Word With a Long History

The word “citations” can be traced back literally thousands of years to the Latin word “citare” meaning “to summon, urge, call; put in sudden motion, call forward; rouse, excite.” The word then took on its more modern meaning and relevance to writing papers in the 1600s, where it became known as the “act of citing or quoting a passage from a book, etc.”

6. Citation Styles are Always Changing

The concept of citations always stays the same. It is a means of preventing plagiarism and demonstrating where you relied on outside sources. The specific style rules, however, can and do change regularly. For example, in 2018 alone, 46 new citation styles were introduced , and 106 updates were made to exiting styles. At EasyBib, we are always on the lookout for ways to improve our styles and opportunities to add new ones to our list.

Why Citations Matter

Here are the ways accurate citations can help your students achieve academic success, and how you can answer the dreaded question, “why should I cite my sources?”

They Give Credit to the Right People

Citing their sources makes sure that the reader can differentiate the student’s original thoughts from those of other researchers. Not only does this make sure that the sources they use receive proper credit for their work, it ensures that the student receives deserved recognition for their unique contributions to the topic. Whether the student is citing in MLA format , APA format , or any other style, citations serve as a natural way to place a student’s work in the broader context of the subject area, and serve as an easy way to gauge their commitment to the project.

They Provide Hard Evidence of Ideas

Having many citations from a wide variety of sources related to their idea means that the student is working on a well-researched and respected subject. Citing sources that back up their claim creates room for fact-checking and further research . And, if they can cite a few sources that have the converse opinion or idea, and then demonstrate to the reader why they believe that that viewpoint is wrong by again citing credible sources, the student is well on their way to winning over the reader and cementing their point of view.

They Promote Originality and Prevent Plagiarism

The point of research projects is not to regurgitate information that can already be found elsewhere. We have Google for that! What the student’s project should aim to do is promote an original idea or a spin on an existing idea, and use reliable sources to promote that idea. Copying or directly referencing a source without proper citation can lead to not only a poor grade, but accusations of academic dishonesty. By citing their sources regularly and accurately, students can easily avoid the trap of plagiarism , and promote further research on their topic.

They Create Better Researchers

By researching sources to back up and promote their ideas, students are becoming better researchers without even knowing it! Each time a new source is read or researched, the student is becoming more engaged with the project and is developing a deeper understanding of the subject area. Proper citations demonstrate a breadth of the student’s reading and dedication to the project itself. By creating citations, students are compelled to make connections between their sources and discern research patterns. Each time they complete this process, they are helping themselves become better researchers and writers overall.

When is the Right Time to Start Making Citations?

Make in-text/parenthetical citations as you need them.

As you are writing your paper, be sure to include references within the text that correspond with references in a works cited or bibliography. These are usually called in-text citations or parenthetical citations in MLA and APA formats. The most effective time to complete these is directly after you have made your reference to another source. For instance, after writing the line from Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities : “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…,” you would include a citation like this (depending on your chosen citation style):

(Dickens 11).

This signals to the reader that you have referenced an outside source. What’s great about this system is that the in-text citations serve as a natural list for all of the citations you have made in your paper, which will make completing the works cited page a whole lot easier. After you are done writing, all that will be left for you to do is scan your paper for these references, and then build a works cited page that includes a citation for each one.

Need help creating an MLA works cited page ? Try the MLA format generator on! We also have a guide on how to format an APA reference page .

2. Understand the General Formatting Rules of Your Citation Style Before You Start Writing

While reading up on paper formatting may not sound exciting, being aware of how your paper should look early on in the paper writing process is super important. Citation styles can dictate more than just the appearance of the citations themselves, but rather can impact the layout of your paper as a whole, with specific guidelines concerning margin width, title treatment, and even font size and spacing. Knowing how to organize your paper before you start writing will ensure that you do not receive a low grade for something as trivial as forgetting a hanging indent.

Don’t know where to start? Here’s a formatting guide on APA format .

3. Double-check All of Your Outside Sources for Relevance and Trustworthiness First

Collecting outside sources that support your research and specific topic is a critical step in writing an effective paper. But before you run to the library and grab the first 20 books you can lay your hands on, keep in mind that selecting a source to include in your paper should not be taken lightly. Before you proceed with using it to backup your ideas, run a quick Internet search for it and see if other scholars in your field have written about it as well. Check to see if there are book reviews about it or peer accolades. If you spot something that seems off to you, you may want to consider leaving it out of your work. Doing this before your start making citations can save you a ton of time in the long run.

Finished with your paper? It may be time to run it through a grammar and plagiarism checker , like the one offered by EasyBib Plus. If you’re just looking to brush up on the basics, our grammar guides  are ready anytime you are.

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How to Write a Bibliography, With Examples

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You spent the past six hours grinding out your latest paper, but finally, it’s finished. It’s late, you’re exhausted, and all you want to do is click “Submit Assignment” and then get some sleep. 

Not so fast. If your paper doesn’t have a properly formatted bibliography, it’s not finished. 

A bibliography is a list of all the sources you consulted while writing your paper. Every book, article, and even video you used to gather information for your paper needs to be cited in your bibliography so your instructor (and any others reading your work) can trace the facts, statistics, and insights back to their original sources. 

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What is the purpose of a bibliography? 

A bibliography is the list of sources a work’s author used to create the work. It accompanies just about every type of academic writing , like essays , research papers , and reports . You might also find a brief, less formal bibliography at the end of a journalistic piece, presentation, or video when the author feels it’s necessary to cite their sources . In nearly all academic instances, a bibliography is required. Not including a bibliography (or including an incomplete, incorrect, or falsified bibliography) can be considered an act of plagiarism , which can lead to a failing grade, being dropped from your course or program, and even being suspended or expelled from your school. 

A bibliography accomplishes a few things. These include:

Additionally, future historians consulting your writing can use your bibliography to identify primary and secondary sources in your research field. Documenting the course information from its original source through later academic works can help researchers understand how that information has been cited and interpreted over time. It can also help them review the information in the face of competing—and possibly contradictory or revisionary—data. 

In nearly all cases, a bibliography is found at the end of a book or paper. 

What are the different kinds of bibliographies?

Different types of academic works call for different types of bibliographies. For example, your computer science professor might require you to submit an annotated bibliography along with your paper because this type of bibliography explains the why behind each source you chose to consult.

Analytical bibliography

An analytical bibliography documents a work’s journey from manuscript to published book or article. This type of bibliography includes the physical characteristics of each cited source, like each work’s number of pages, type of binding used, and illustrations. 

Annotated bibliography

An annotated bibliography is a bibliography that includes annotations, which are short notes explaining why the author chose each of the sources. Generally a few sentences long, these notes might summarize or reflect on the source. 

An annotated bibliography is not the same as a literature review . While a literature review discusses how you conducted your research and how your work fits into the overall body of established research in your field, an annotated bibliography simply explains how each source you used is relevant to your work. 

Enumerative bibliography

An enumerative bibliography is the most basic type of bibliography. It’s a list of sources used to conduct research, often ordered according to specific characteristics, like alphabetically by authors’ last names or grouped according to topic or language. 

Specific types of enumerative bibliographies used for research works include:

National bibliography

A national bibliography groups sources published in a specific region or nation. In many cases, these bibliographies also group works according to the time period during which they were published. 

Personal bibliography

A personal bibliography lists multiple works by the same individual author or group of authors. Often, personal bibliographies include works that would be difficult to find elsewhere, like unpublished works. 

Corporate bibliography

In a corporate bibliography, the sources are grouped according to their relation to a specific organization. The sources can be about an organization, published by that organization, or owned by that organization. 

Subject bibliography

Subject bibliographies group works according to the subjects they cover. Generally, these bibliographies list primary and secondary sources, whereas other types of enumerative bibliographies, like personal bibliographies, might not. 

Other types of bibliographies

In some cases, it makes sense to use a bibliography format other than those listed here. These include:

Single-author bibliography

This type of bibliography lists works by a single author. With certain assignments, like an essay comparing two of an author’s books, your bibliography is a single-author bibliography by default. In this case, you can choose how to order the sources, such as by publication date or alphabetically by title. 

Selected bibliography

A selected bibliography is a bibliography that only lists some of the sources you consulted. Usually, these are the most important sources for your work. You might write a selected bibliography if you consulted a variety of minor sources that you didn’t end up citing directly in your work. A selected bibliography may also be an annotated bibliography. 

How is a bibliography structured? 

Although each style guide has its own formatting rules for bibliographies, all bibliographies follow a similar structure. Key points to keep in mind when you’re structuring a bibliography include:

As noted above, different kinds of assignments require different kinds of bibliographies. For example, you might write an analytical bibliography for your art history paper because this type of bibliography gives you space to discuss how the construction methods used for your sources inform their content and vice-versa. If you aren’t sure which kind of bibliography to write, ask your instructor. 

How do you write a bibliography?

The term “bibliography” is a catch-all for any list of sources cited at the end of an academic work. Certain style guides use different terminology to refer to bibliographies. For example, MLA format refers to a paper’s bibliography as its Works Cited page. APA refers to it as the References page. No matter which style guide you’re using, the process for writing a bibliography is generally the same. The primary difference between the different style guides is how the bibliography is formatted. 

The first step in writing a bibliography is organizing all the relevant information about the sources you used in your research. Relevant information about a source can vary according to the type of media it is, the type of bibliography you’re writing, and your style guide. Determine which information you need to include about each source by consulting the style guide you’re using. If you aren’t sure what to include, or if you’re not sure which style guide to use, ask your instructor. 

The next step is to format your sources according to the style guide you’re using. MLA , APA , and the Chicago Manual of Style are three of the most commonly used style guides in academic writing. 

MLA Works Cited page

In MLA format , the bibliography is known as the Works Cited page. MLA is typically used for writing in the humanities, like English and History. Because of this, it includes guidelines for citing sources like plays, videos , and works of visual art —sources you’d find yourself consulting for these courses, but probably not in your science and business courses.

In MLA format, books are cited like this:

If the cited book was published prior to 1900, is from a publisher with offices in multiple countries, or is from a publisher that is largely unknown in the US, include the book’s city of publication. Otherwise, this can be left out. 

Scholarly articles are cited in this format: 

APA References page

In APA format —the format typically used in psychology, nursing, business, and the social sciences—the bibliography page is titled References. This format includes citation instructions for technical papers and data-heavy research, the types of sources you’re likely to consult for academic writing in these fields. 

In APA format, books are cited like this:

Digital object identifier (DOI).

(issue  number) , article’s page range (i.e., 10-15). URL.

Chicago Manual of Style

The Chicago Manual of Style (CMoS) permits authors to format bibliographies in two different ways: the notes and bibliography system and the author-date system. The former is generally used in the humanities, whereas the latter is usually used in the sciences and social sciences. 

Both systems include guidelines for citations on a paper’s body pages as well as a bibliographic list that follows the paper. This list is titled Bibliography.

In CMoS, books are cited like this:


number  (year published): page numbers of the article (i.e., 10-15).

Bibliography FAQs 

What is a bibliography.

A bibliography is the list of sources a work’s author used to create the work.

What are the different kinds of bibliographies? 

There are many different kinds of bibliographies. These include:

How do you write a bibliography for different style guides?

Each style guide publishes its bibliography guidelines online. Locate the guidelines for the style guide you’re following ( Chicago Manual of Style , MLA , APA ), and using the examples provided, format and list the sources for your work. 

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How to Cite a Journal Article | APA, MLA, & Chicago Examples

Published on March 9, 2021 by Jack Caulfield . Revised on August 23, 2022.

To cite an article from an academic journal, you need an in-text citation and a corresponding reference listing the name(s) of the author(s), the publication date, the article title and journal name, the volume and issue numbers, the page range, and the URL or DOI .

Different citation styles present this information differently. The main citation styles are APA , MLA , and Chicago style .

You can use the interactive example generator to explore the format for APA and MLA journal article citations.

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In an APA Style journal article reference , the article title is in plain text and sentence case, while the journal name appears in italics, in title case.

The in-text citation lists up to two authors; for three or more, use “ et al. ”

When citing a journal article in print or from a database, don’t include a URL. You can still include the DOI if available.

You can also cite a journal article using our free APA Citation Generator . Search by title or DOI to automatically generate a correct citation.

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In an MLA Works Cited entry for a journal article , the article title appears in quotation marks, the name of the journal in italics—both in title case.

List up to two authors in both the in-text citation and the Works Cited entry. For three or more, use “et al.”

A DOI is always included when available; a URL appears if no DOI is available but the article was accessed online . If you accessed the article in print and no DOI is available, you can omit this part.

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In Chicago notes and bibliography style, you include a bibliography entry for each source, and cite them in the text using footnotes .

A bibliography entry for a journal article lists the title of the article in quotation marks and the journal name in italics—both in title case. List up to 10 authors in full; use “et al.” for 11 or more.

In the footnote, use “et al.” for four or more authors.

A DOI or URL (preferably a DOI) is included for articles consulted online; for articles consulted in print, omit this part.

Chicago also offers an alternative author-date style of citation. Examples of how to cite journal articles in this style can be found here .

The elements included in journal article citations across APA , MLA , and Chicago style are the name(s) of the author(s), the title of the article, the year of publication, the name of the journal, the volume and issue numbers, the page range of the article, and, when accessed online, the DOI or URL.

In MLA and Chicago style, you also include the specific month or season of publication alongside the year, when this information is available.

The DOI is usually clearly visible when you open a journal article on an academic database. It is often listed near the publication date, and includes “” or “DOI:”. If the database has a “cite this article” button, this should also produce a citation with the DOI included.

If you can’t find the DOI, you can search on Crossref using information like the author, the article title, and the journal name.

The abbreviation “ et al. ” (Latin for “and others”) is used to shorten citations of sources with multiple authors.

“Et al.” is used in APA in-text citations of sources with 3+ authors, e.g. (Smith et al., 2019). It is not used in APA reference entries .

Use “et al.” for 3+ authors in MLA in-text citations and Works Cited entries.

Use “et al.” for 4+ authors in a Chicago in-text citation , and for 10+ authors in a Chicago bibliography entry.

Check if your university or course guidelines specify which citation style to use. If the choice is left up to you, consider which style is most commonly used in your field.

Other more specialized styles exist for certain fields, such as Bluebook and OSCOLA for law.

The most important thing is to choose one style and use it consistently throughout your text.

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MLA (Modern Language Association) style for documentation is widely used in the humanities, especially in writing on language and literature. MLA style features brief parenthetical citations in the text keyed to an alphabetical list of works cited that appears at the end of the work. (Source: Official MLA website)

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Each entry in the list of works cited is composed of facts common to most works—the MLA core elements. They are assembled in a specific order.

The concept of containers is crucial to MLA style. When the source being documented forms part of a larger whole, the larger whole can be thought of as a container that holds the source. For example, a short story may be contained in an anthology. The short story is the source, and the anthology is the container.

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Once you’ve identified a credible website to use, create a citation and begin building your reference list. Citation Machine citing tools can help you create references for online news articles, government websites, blogs, and many other website! Keeping track of sources as you research and write can help you stay organized and ethical. If you end up not using a source, you can easily delete it from your bibliography. Ready to create a citation? Enter the website’s URL into the search box above. You’ll get a list of results, so you can identify and choose the correct source you want to cite. It’s that easy to begin!

If you’re wondering how to cite a website in APA, use the structure below.

Author Last Name, First initial. (Year, Month Date Published). Title of web page . Name of Website. URL

Example of an APA format website:

Austerlitz, S. (2015, March 3). How long can a spinoff like ‘Better Call Saul’ last? FiveThirtyEight.

Keep in mind that not all information found on a website follows the structure above. Only use the Website format above if your online source does not fit another source category. For example, if you’re looking at a video on YouTube, refer to the ‘YouTube Video’ section. If you’re citing a newspaper article found online, refer to ‘Newspapers Found Online’ section. Again, an APA website citation is strictly for web pages that do not fit better with one of the other categories on this page.

Social media:

When adding the text of a post, keep the original capitalization, spelling, hashtags, emojis (if possible), and links within the text.

Facebook posts:

Structure: Facebook user’s Last name, F. M. (Year, Monday Day of Post). Up to the first 20 words of Facebook post [Source type if attached] [Post type]. Facebook. URL

Source type examples: [Video attached], [Image attached]

Post type examples: [Status update], [Video], [Image], [Infographic]

Gomez, S. (2020, February 4). Guys, I’ve been working on this special project for two years and can officially say Rare Beauty is launching in [Video]. Facebook.

Life at Chegg. (2020, February 7) It breaks our heart that 50% of college students right here in Silicon Valley are hungry. That’s why Chegg has [Images attached] [Status update]. Facebook.

Twitter posts:

Structure: Account holder’s Last name, F. M. [Twitter Handle]. (Year, Month Day of Post). Up to the first 20 words of tweet [source type if attached] [Tweet]. Twitter. URL

Source type examples: [Video attached], [Image attached], [Poll attached]

Example: Edelman, J. [Edelman11]. (2018, April 26). Nine years ago today my life changed forever. New England took a chance on a long shot and I’ve worked [Video attached] [Tweet]. Twitter.

Instagram posts:

APA citation format: Account holder’s Last name, F. M. [@Instagram handle]. (Year, Month Day). Up to the first 20 words of caption [Photograph(s) and/or Video(s)]. Instagram. URL

Example: Portman, N. [@natalieportman]. (2019, January 5). Many of my best experiences last year were getting to listen to and learn from so many incredible people through [Videos]. Instagram.

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« Ce que nous voyons, c’est que la Russie envoie plus de troupes, plus de forces, et ce qui manque à la Russie en termes de qualité, elle essaie de le compenser en termes de quantité. Nous ne pouvons pas exclure que Bakhmout finisse par tomber dans les prochains jours. Cela ne reflète pas nécessairement un tournant dans la guerre. »

— Jens Stoltenberg , secrétaire-général de l’OTAN, faisant le point sur la bataille de Bakhmout, dans l’est de l’Ukraine, en marge d’une réunion à Stockholm des ministres de la Défense de l’Union européenne. Le groupe mercenaire russe Wagner a revendiqué ce mercredi la prise de la partie est de Bakhmout. (Photo Getty Images)

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Quantité vs qualité. Cette stratégie qui a fonctionné il y a 80 ans va-t-elle venir à bout des vaillants combattants ukrainiens?

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Ça va prendre des troupes de l’OTAN sur le terrain. Maintenant.

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@renaud Et la Russie d’ajouter que ça va prendre une petite bombe nucléaire dissuasive.

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Depuis que Putin a prétendu avoir mis ses «forces de dissuasion» en alerte, c’est à dire depuis le début se sa guerre en Ukraine, j’ai toujours affirmé que le despote bluffait. Depuis plus d’un an, il aurait eu maintes raisons de le faire (le Pont de Crimée, le coulage de son navire amiral en Mer Noire, la reprise de Kherson) et sauf commettre des crimes de guerre en s’attaquant aux civils, il n’a rien foutu. Ça n’est pas le temps d’envoyer des troupes de l’OTAN sur le terrain. L’OTAN n’est pas en guerre car Putin a bien pris soin de ne jamais toucher un pays membre. On a vu comment il a fait le dos rond quand un missile a passé tout droit pour tomber (accidentellement??) en Pologne. Par contre, c’est le temps de fournir des avions et hélicoptères d’appui tactique au sol ainsi que des avions de chasse pour maitriser l’espace aérien ukrainien. Et dans ce cas encore, je maintiens que ses jouets nucléaires vont rester au garage. Il bluffe depuis le début et il va continuer. Il sait trop bien que s’il est le premier à faire la zouave, il n’a pas ce qu’il faut pour résister à ce qui pourrait s’ensuivre.

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« …c’est le temps de fournir des avions et hélicoptères d’appui tactique au sol ainsi que des avions de chasse pour maitriser l’espace aérien ukrainien. «  Vous m’avez devancé (😕) Je crois aussi qu’il est temps d’armer correctement les soldats ukrainiens pour qu’il puissent se DÉFENDRE et ne sacrifient pas leur vie en vain ainsi que celles de leurs familles. Tant que les Russes (🤪) vont accepter que leurs « enfants » servent de chair à canon (quantité) pour permettre à leur Putin de président de poursuivre cette agression insensée, la guerre va continuer encore et encore. Quant au recours à la ☢️, sans qu’il ne soit question de la répétition d’Hiroshima-Nagasaki, il y une multitude d’utilisation de saloperie radioactives (genre 💣 sales) que l’Assassin en chef peut utiliser contre les Européens. La décision ne sera pas facile. Personne au Crim-lin (❓)… une balle, une seule et simple balle⁉️ Merde❗️

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La vrai guerre n’est pas sur le terrain, vous voulez arreter la guerre;

– Renvoyé tout les diplomate russe. – Refuser l’acces au pays de l’otan a tous ceux qui ont une nationlité russe (ceux qui ont deux nationnnalité n’ont qu’a abadonné leur nationalité russe. – Retourné tout les étudiants étranger d’origine russe (Il faut être TRES riche pour envoyé ses enfants étudié a l’étranger) – Coupé définitivement les transfer banquaire swift

– Descendre tous les avions russe qui viennent sur notre territoire – ne pas les laisser retourner comme ont le fait présentement.

– Donner un délais de 3 jours au russe pour sortir de l’ukraine sinon ont coule la flotte russe en eaux international. Si le délais n’est pas respecté, agir en conséquence.

– Supporté un coup d’états contre les dictateurs russe en crimé, Tchétchénie et Biélorussie

Exactement … en plus des avions de chasse❗️

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Non, juste de donner aux ukrainiens ces maudits chars et les avions qui doivent aller avec pour faire le travail.

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C’est un peu la reprise de la 2e guerre, les troupes soviétiques attaquaient sans relâche, et si les soldats se retournaient en place de foncer vers les lignes ennemies, ils se faisaient tirer par leur propre troupe. Attaquer sans relâche et ne pas être un lâche.

Après avoir tué des civils, ils sont déjà tous les sales lâches😡

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Comme j’ ai déjà écrit, il ne manque pas de chair à canon en Russie. Tant qu’ il y en aura, cette sale guerre va continuer… car le tsar psychopathe se fout complètement de ceux qui meurent pour la Russie en Ukraine .

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Il s’en fout complètement dans la mesure où son pouvoir n’en est pas mis à mal ou pas significativement. Et puisqu’il contrôle l’information, en plus d’avoir l’aval de religieux russes influents, les Russes n’en savent que ce que les autorités veuillent bien leur confectionner.

Et les ⚰️ qui doivent bien revenir ou les soldats qui ne reviennent pas du front⁉️Les Russes … y dorment au gaz ou quoi❗️C’est bien beau la désinformation mais quand même😡

Donc la question n’est pas si les russes vont prendre ou pas Bakhmount, mais au prix de combien de vie.

On sait déjà que poohtine s’en fou de ces concitoyens et il les enverrait gaiement tous a la boucherie pour son propre gain. Quand les russe se réveillerons t’ils?

Il y a de plus en plus d’officiel russe qui parlent de guerre dont Lavrov et sont fameux « The war which we are trying to stop and which was launched against us, ». Que vas t’il advenir de tous les russes emprisonné pour avoir dit que c’était une guerre?

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Ça fait 2 semaines qu’ils affirment avoir pris Backmout et ce n’est pas fait encore.

Ils disaint l’avoir completement encercler sauf une route de sortie et sommait les Ukrainiens de quitter.

Là il disent controler une partie de la ville.

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Bakhmout tombera tombera pas,le groupe Wagner manque de munitions, la Russie envoie ses jeunes sans préparation, ce matin j’ai vu sur euro news l’Europe qui mettent leurs idées en commun, les choses vont bien finir par débloquer,en espérant pour le mieux. Que l’Ukraine puisse enfin respirer. Et que la paix s’installe.

Ici, Jens Stoltenberg parle-t-il en tant que Norvégien ou Otanien ? Ici, Jens Stoltenberg parle-t-il en tant que Norvégien ou Otanien en chef ?

À propos, être Norvégien je souhaiterais que la version de Seymour Hersh sur le sabotage de North Stream I et II soit fausse et celle, cousue de fils blancs, avancée par des médias allemands soit vraie. Car la première révèle une collaboration étroite entre la Norvège et les États-Unis qui ne peut qu’attirer les foudres de Moscou envers le plus vulnérable de deux.

Je suis perplexe face aux révélations de Seymour Hersh et me demande s’il ne s’agit pas d’une fuite autorisée ou même finement calculée. Si c’est le cas, le but m’échappe totalement. Et si ce n’est pas le cas, je m’interroge sur la pertinence d’une telle révélation à ce stade-ci. Car plus que tout, elle risque d’ajouter de l’huile sur le feu.

« Conjecturistes », à vos plumes !

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Plumes de faucon ou plumes de colombe ? La est la question !

La plume incendiaire, la plume de faucon, n’est-ce pas celle de Seymour Hersh ? Car après tout, il prétend que son pays a commis un casus belli ?

Il me semble qu’une plume de colombe chercherait à calmer le jeu, quitte à taire quelques faits le temps qu’il faudra.

Un correspondant me suggère qu’au final le message s’adressait à la Chine. L’homme fort qui montre ses muscles. Pas bête.

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Les russes sont réellement désespérés a obtenir une petite victoire car franchement Bakhmout n’est pas sur le plan militaire une ville stratégique donc évidemment ça ne changera pas le cours de guerre même si elle tombe.

Il n’avait pas été question dans de nombreux médias que la reprise de Kherson par les Ukrainiens serait un tournant. C’est arrivé depuis quelques semaines et … rien⁉️Nos experts semblent autant dans le brouillard que le simple quidam😡

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Tant que les forces russes s’épuisent à prendre Bakhmout, ça laisse le temps aux forces Ukrainiennes de continuer à s’entraîner avec de l’équipement moderne (Leopard, Challenger) ainsi qu’avec les tactiques plus modernes de l’OTAN. Bakhmout devrait être une victoire russe d’ici qque semaines, mais il est fort probable que ce soit une victoire pyrrique.

Votre point est fort plausible. Il faut aussi prendre en considération que le groupe Wagner joue en partie sa réputation à Bakhmout auprès des diverses composantes du pouvoir russe. L’objectif serait ainsi d’abord à l’interne.

Et comme vous le dites, Kyïv gagne du temps et refait ses forces. Ce qui selon moi ne ferait que prolonger le calvaire des Ukrainiens. Encore que logiquement, chacun doit se présenter à l’inévitable table [un de ces jours !] des négociations fort de ses positions militaires ou emprises territoriales.

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La Russie croit qu’en envoyant des troupes en grande quantité, ils feront pencher la balance en leur faveur.

Ils se trompent royalement. L’armée russe est démoralisée, démunie face à la résistance farouche de l’Ukraine.

Putin n’en n’a rien à foutre des pertes en vies humaines que cet assaut sur Bakhmout entraînera sur ses troupes. Pour le DESPOTE, ce n’est que de la vulgaire chair à canon facilement « remplaçables ».

Rien ni personne ne pourra arrêter sa folie destructrice.

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Les sanctions commencent à peser lourd sur le budget russe. Selon le Ministère des Finances russe, le déficit pour les deux premiers mois de l’année se monte à plus de $35 milliards.

Financièrement les russes ont perdu cette guerre :

– près de 1 million de personnes, parmi les plus mobiles, ont quitté le pays – l’immense marché européen pour le gaz russe est disparu pour au moins 10 ans – la Russie ne possède pas de projet de gazoduc pour expédier son gaz vers d’autres pays plus réceptifs (délai de construction de plus de 5 ans), la capacité des russes pour accroître leur livraison par LNG est limitée et cela prendra des années à l’accroitre – le pétrole russe (Urals) se vend à rabais et sous le plafond imposé par l’UE – l’économie russe, déjà moribonde et peu diversifiée devrait peiner à soutenir cette guerre illégale – le gouvernement russe aura des difficultés à financer ses opérations et est dans l’impossibilité de pouvoir emprunter sur les marchés étrangers (qui achèterait des bonds du Trésor russe?) – Le coût de cette guerre pour les russes se fera sentir pendant plusieurs décennies (pas de Plan Marshall pour eux)

Pour au moins une génération les russes seront vus comme des parias pour tous les crimes commis en territoire ukrainien qui inclut :

– les viols de femmes et enfants – la destruction totale, sans objectif militaire, de villages et de villes et autres infrastructure civile – la torture de civils, incluant des enfants – la prise d’otage de milliers d’enfants expédiés en Russie – etc.

Vous vous imaginez vraiment qu’on est à la veille d’une capitulation des Russes alors que selon la FMI la croissance économique de la Russie pour cette année s’annonce supérieure à celle de l’Europe ?

On n’a qu’à repartir pour un autre tour de 12 mois et l’affaire sera dans le sac ?

Comment peut-on s’attendre à ce que des soldats empoisonnés par des civils, ainsi que vous l’avez déjà révélé sur un ton de réjouissance, aient un comportement chevaleresque en tout temps et en tous lieux ? La réalité, ça vous dit quelque chose ? La guerre est une chose affreuse qu’il faut humainement tout faire pour qu’elle n’advienne pas !

Regardez où votre bellicisme jusqu’au-boutiste a mené ! N’avez-vous pas une conscience ?

Ben oui, sanctionnons tout un peuple au prise avec un gouvernement autocrate, qui dispose d’un bouton rouge en plus, comme on l’a fait avec les Allemands au lendemain de la première guerre mondiale. Ça promet !

Vous semblez donner beaucoup d’importance aux prévisions du FMI, qui ont la réputation d’être presque toujours fausses. Mes commentaires sur le conflit ukrainien n’ont aucune influence sur ledit conflit.

Les ukrainiens prennent eux-mêmes leurs décisions et vont continuer à prendre leur propres décisions. Ce qui est certain il ne voudront jamais revenir à l’ancienne dictature de l’URSS. Ils visent à combattre la corruption héritée de leur voisin russe et demeurer dans un régime démocratique.

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Le général Yakovleff (un général français) donne une bonne perspective de la Russie. Il affirme en gros que culturellement, la Russie est occidentale, mais politiquement, elle est mongol, héritage de la Horde d’or!

Cela de répercute dans la nature de l’armée russe, d’où les viols, les tortures, les exécutions, etc…

La Russie risque de se désagréger. Seule les ethnies meurent dans la guerre de Poutine, pratiquement aucun militaire d’origine de Moscou et des environs meure. Même que c’est très peu de blancs russes qui meurent…

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@infophile « Comment peut-on s’attendre à ce que des soldats empoisonnés par des civils, ainsi que vous l’avez déjà révélé sur un ton de réjouissance, aient un comportement chevaleresque en tout temps et en tous lieux  »

Êtes-vous en train de justifier tous les crimes de guerres russes sur la base d’un élément anecdotique insignifiant?

Ce n’est pas le « bellicisme jusqu’au-boutiste » d’un commentateur de blogue qui « nous » ait mené où que ce soit, c’est celui d’une seule personne…

Et c’est maintenant l’intransigeance des pays européens qui a « provoqué » l’Allemagne et la 2e guerre mondiale, comme l’OTAN et l’Ukraine ont « provoqué » la Russie et l’a « obligé » à envahir…

Ça ne s’améliore pas votre affaire…

Êtes-vous en train de dire que vous ignoriez l’impact du cruel traité de Versailles sur l’Allemagne et sur l’émergence du fascisme allemand appelé nazisme ?

J’ai osé ne pas me douter qu’il y en aurait un ou deux qui allait « brillamment conclure » que j’en suis à excuser les exactions que l’on répertorie depuis un an en Ukraine. C’est triste, mais il y en a des comme ça, des pas fin-fins… Faut faire avec sainte bénite !

Faut-il réexpliquer qu’il fallait se méfier d’un régime qui a causé la mort de 25,000 civils syriens en six mois en 2015 et qu’en conséquence Zelensky aurait dû remplir sa promesse, celle qu’il a bafouée honteusement, impardonnablement au lendemain des élections, à savoir faire la paix ?

Moi aussi, je les vois les reportages qui déchirent le coeur, qui nous montrent des gamins désemparés, en pleurs et hagards, et des mères et des épouses endeuillées. Et c’est PRÉCISÉMENT pour cela que je m’oppose depuis avant même le début de l’invasion à un confrontation armée dont très prévisiblement les pauvres ukrainiens allaient faire les frais autant horribles que dispendieux.

@infophile « Zelensky aurait dû remplir sa promesse, blah-blah-blah, à savoir faire la paix ? »

Vous continuez, encore et encore, à répéter ce mensonge… Vous mentez. Effrontément. Et ce n’est pas en le répétant 100 fois qu’il va devenir vrai Zelensky n’a JAMAIS eu dans son programme de « promesse de faire la paix ». Il a promis de mettre fin à la guerre, ce qui n’est pas du tout la même chose. Je vous remets, encore, le lien vers son programme officiel, avant son élection:

Allez à la section « Individual Security and National Security » et voyez sa vraie promesse, au premier paragraphe. Essayez de comprendre ce que vous lisez. Vous avez le droit de conclure à une « promesse de paix » mais certainement pas dans le sens où vous l’entendez. Et dans l’avenir, cessez donc de propager ce mensonge.

Je termine en vous citant la phrase qui conclut sa « promesse de paix »: « Abandonner nos territoires et intérêts nationaux ne peut être sujet à aucune négotiation »

Je considère qu’il respecte totalement cette promesse…

@el_kabong 1/2

Évidemment dans l’esprit de tous Zelensky ne pouvait s’engager à faire la paix que dans la mesure où il respectait les clauses de Minsk II, plus ou moins quelques poussières.

Mais visiblement pas dans le vôtre ni dans le sien si – in gros si – on m’en remets à l’énoncé que vous avez mis en lien.

P.S. Vous gagneriez à cesser vos calomnies.

P.P.S. Contrairement à ce que vous laissez entendre, vous n’avez jamais porté à mon attention votre lien qui est assez quelconque et qui est mis à mal ici :

Liens très intéressants sur la guerre de Poutine avec les tenants et les aboutissants.

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Two cops who saved hostage victims to get citation from Antipolo LGU

Published March 9, 2023, 1:26 PM

by Nel Andrade

Two policemen, one of whom was wounded during a hostage taking incident in Antipolo City on Tuesday, March 7, will be recognized by the city government for their bravery.

Antipolo City Chief of Police, Lt. Col. June Paolo Abrazado told the Manila Bulletin that City Mayor Casimiro “Junjun” Ynares III will commend Patrolman Christian De Vera and Patrolman Jalbert Laureta, both of the Antipolo Police Station, for their bravery in saving a woman and a girl during a hostage-taking incident on March 7.

Abrazado said the hostage-taking happened at the victims’ residence in Sitio Kaysakat 3 in Barangay San Jose where the woman and the girl were held hostage by Severino Ramos, Jr.

As Pat. Laureta was trying to negotiate with the suspect for the release of the two hostage victims, Pat. De Vera saw an opportunity to grab the hostage taker who was then reportedly holding a sickle. But the suspect did not let go of his bladed weapon and instead hacked the policeman on his leg.

Although wounded, De Vera, with the help of Laureta, managed to subdue the suspect giving the chance for the two victims to escape.

Abrazado said the two policemen later discovered the cadaver of Benjamin Balajadia sprawled in the kitchen and lying on a pool of blood.

Recovered at the crime scene were the sickle, a jungle bolo, and a caliber .22 loaded pistol.

Probers said the suspect had been harboring an old grudge against the victims.

Investigators on case, Staff Sergeant Rolando Arthur Velicaria II and Master Sergeant Leo Balonsong were preparing to file charges of murder, direct assault, and violation of Republic Act 10591 (Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act), against the suspect who is now detained at the Antipolo Police Station’s custodial facility.


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