An Article in a Reference Book:
"Perennial." Def. 4c. The Oxford English Dict. 2nd ed. 1989. Print.
An Article in a Biblical Dictionary:
Wessel, W. W. "Blessing." The New Bible Dictionary. Ed. J.D. Douglas, et al. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1967. 160. Print.
Note: In specialized reference works in which entries are attributed to authors, then follow the more complete format as follows: Author/Editor. Title. Volume #. City: Publisher, Year. page #'s. # of volumes. See Anthology entry.
An Article in a Journal with Continuous Annual Pagination:
Marotti, Arthur F. "Countertransference, the Communication Process, and the Dimensions of Psychoanalytic Criticism." Critical Inquiry 4 (1978): 471-89. Print.
An Article in a Journal that Paginates Each Issue Separately:
Festinger, Leon. "Cognitive Dissonance." Scientific American 7.2 (Oct. 1962): 93-102. Print.
An Article from a Daily Newspaper:
Lublin, Joann S. "On Idle: The Unemployed Shun Much Mundane Work, at Least for a While." Wall Street Journal 5 Dec. 1980: 1+. Microform.
An Article in a Magazine or Journal:
Serrill, Michael S. "Bareknuckle Banking." Time 30 July 1990: 48-50. Microform.
Basic Format for Periodical Print Publications (Newspapers, Magazines, Journals)
For most books, arrange the information into three units (Name, Title, Publisher), each followed by a period:
This information is taken from the title page of the book and the reverse side of the title page (the copyright page).