Database Articles: MLA Style (7th ed.)
The following examples apply to articles found in either of these databases:
Proquest Criminal Justice
Proquest Nursing and Allied Health Source
Where appropriate, substitute the information for your particular article, the name of your database, and your actual access date. For more on how to use this guide and what to include in your citations, go to the MLA 7th edition main page.
Use this format if the article originally came from a journal and now appears in either of the above databases:
|Author(s) of Article (if listed). “Complete Title of Article." Name of Journal|
|Volume.Issue (Publication Year): Page(s) Where Article Appears. Name of|
|Database. Web. Date of Access.|
|Engel, Steven T. “Teaching Literature in the Criminal Justice Curriculum.” Journal of|
|Criminal Justice Education 14.2 (2003): 345-54. Proquest Criminal Justice.|
|Web. 26 Apr. 2007.|
NOTE: Many documents in the above databases are available in both “Full text” and “Full Text-PDF” (page image) versions. It is helpful to view the PDF version to determine the full range of pages for your article.
Use this format if the article was originally published in a magazine and now appears in any of the above databases:
|Author(s) of Article (if listed). “Complete Title of Article." Name of Magazine|
|Date of Magazine: Page(s) Where Article Appears. Name of|
|Database. Medium of Publication. Date of Access.|
|Aaronson, Lauren. “Make a Gratitude Adjustment.” Psychology Today Mar.-Apr.|
|2006: 60-61. Proquest Nursing and Allied Health Source. Web. 26 Mar. 2008.|
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