Not sure what each part of the citation represents? Hover over the area that you are unsure of, and a description will pop up as demonstrated below.
Mabe, D. (2005). BlackBerry hacks. Retrieved from http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com
Walder, D. (2011). Postcolonial nostalgias: Writing, representation and memory. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com
Chapter in Edited Book
Diallo, D. (2010). From electro-rap to g-funk: A social history of rap music in Los Angeles and Compton, California. In M. Hess (Ed.), Hip hop in America: A regional guide (pp.225-255). Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com
Chapter in a Book (no editor, with doi)
Westaby, J. (2012). Dynamic network theory: How social networks influence goal pursuit. In Cognition and mental health in social networks (pp.171-201). doi:10.1037/13490-005
Donnelly, S.B. (2005, February 14). More guns in the air. Time, 165(13). Retrieved from http://www.time.com
Goetz, S.J., & Shrestha, S.S. (2009). Explaining self-employment success and failure: Wal-Mart versus Starbucks, or Shrumpeter
versus Putnam. Social Science Quarterly, 90(1), 22-38. doi:10.1111/j.1540-6237.2009.00600.x
Menesini, E., Melan, E., and Pignatti, B. (2000). Interactional styles of bullies and victims obesrved in a competitive and
cooperative setting. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 161(3), 261-. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/loi.vgnt20
Kang, C. (2012, November 4). When is a kids' online game actually an ad? Washington Post.
About malaria. (2009). Retrieved from Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute Web site: http://malaria.jhsph.edu/about_malaria
Davis, J.L. (2007). Children and sweetened drinks: What's a parent to do? Retrieved from http://children.webmd.com/features/children-and-sweetened-drinks-whats-a-parent-to-do
Green Buddhism. (2009). Retrieved from http://www.earthsangha.org/buddhism/ethical.htm
Malaria facts. (2007, April 11). Retrieved from Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Malaria Web site: http://www.cdc.gov/malaria/facts.htm
**Notice in the first two webpage examples above that the names of the host websites (Earth Sangha, WebMD) are not given. In APA style the name of the host website is typically only given if the site is large and complex, such as a university web site or a government website, as seen in the third & fourth examples.