Journal of Translation
Journal of Translation articles, being refereed journal articles, may be cited in the usual format used for academic articles. The only additional information required in a citiation of a Journal of Translation article are:
- an indication that the article exists online
- the URL (web page address) on the HTML page that gives the article’s abstract, and
- the date that the user accessed that page.
Here is a suggested format for bibliographic citation of Journal of Translation articles (parts in italics are replaced by specific information):
Author. Year. Title. Journal of Translation Volume.Number:Page numbers. Online. URL: URL. (Access date.)
Greenlee, J. Harold. New Testament Circumstantial Participles. Journal of Translation 1.1:1–04. Online. URL: http://www.sil.org/siljot/abstract.asp?id=46690. (23 October 2007).
The URL may also be enclosed by angled brackets, like this:
This citation format is based on Xia Li and Nancy B. Crane, Electronic Styles: A Handbook for Citing Electronic Information (Electronic Style) (Medford, NJ: Information Today, 1996). For more information about citing on-line sources, see the Columbia Guide to Online Style.