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How to Use Issues & Controversies

Get the basics, grab citations and help.

APA

At the top of every Issues & Controversies article is a cite option. Click on it and select Citation to get a Chicago, MLA or APA style citation, MLA is the default so you'll need to select APA to grab your citation. 


Change It Tips

  1. After pasting the citation in your paper, create a hanging indent. (follow this link to see how).
  2. Make it double spaced (follow this link to see how).
  3. Change the font to Times New Roman 12.


It Should Look Like

Fake news. (2020, November 4). Retrieved June 29, 2022, from

https://icof.infobase.com/articles/QXJ0aWNsZVRleHQ6MTY0NTA=.

MLA

At the top of every Issues & Controversies article is a cite option. Click on it and select Citation to get a Chicago or MLA style citation, MLA is the default.


Change It Tips

  1. After pasting the citation in your paper, create a hanging indent. (follow this link to see how).
  2. Make it double spaced (follow this link to see how).
  3. Change the font to Times New Roman 12.


It Should Look Like

“Fake News.” Issues & Controversies, Infobase, 4 Nov. 2020,

icof.infobase.com/articles/QXJ0aWNsZVRleHQ6MTY0NTA=. Accessed 29 June 2022.