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Citation Guidelines

To aid researchers wishing to cite material from Fast Capitalism, a number of possible formats are provided below.

American Psychological Association


Author(s). (Year, Month). Title. Journal Name, Volume(Issue). Retrieved from electronic address.


Agger, Ben. (2005, Jan.). Introduction. Fast Capitalism, 1(1). Retrieved from
American Sociological Review


Author(s). Year. “Title.” Journal Name Issue:Paragraphs. Retrieved Month Day, Year (electronic address).


Agger, Ben. 2005. “Introduction.” Fast Capitalism 1.1:15-17. Retrieved Sept. 14, 2005
Chicago Manual of Style


Author, “Title,” in Journal Name, par. # [online journal] (vol. #.#, Month Year [cited Day Month Year]);
available from World Wide Web @ electronic address


Agger, Ben, “Introduction,” in Fast Capitalism, pars. 15-17 [online journal] (vol. 1.1, January 2005
[cited 14 Sept. 2005]); available from World Wide Web @ http://www.fastcapitalism.com/1_1/agger.html
Modern Language Association


Author(s). “Title of Article.” Journal Name. Issue (Year): Paragraphs. Date of Access <electronic address>.


Agger, Ben. “Introduction.” Fast Capitalism. 1.1 (2005): 15-17. 14 Sept 2005

One Response to “Citation Guidelines”

  1. Robert Shumake Says:

    There is obviously a lot to learn. There are some good points here.

    Robert Shumake

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