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AMA Style Citation Examples

Find how to cite a journal (includes in-text notations example), book, eBook, magazine, newspaper, web pages, video, and DVD.

Video

Films on Demand:

REFERENCE (ONLINE MOVIE)

1. Films Media Group. Digestion and Nutrition.  Films on Demand; 2015. Accessed July 22, 2016. https://digital.films.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=97348&xtid=39511

 

YouTube Video:  For videos, provide the author only if you are sure that person created the video. Do not list the person posting the video online as the author. If you are unsure, treat the citation as having no author.

REFERENCE (WITH A DEFINITE AUTHOR)

1. Takayma-Ogawa J, Willette J. What is Information Literacy? YouTube. March 14, 2007.  Accessed December 12, 2015https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbe6xBibOL4 

REFERENCE (WITH NO DEFINITE AUTHOR)

2. The Positive Effects of Aging. YouTube.  April 9, 2015.  Accessed December 12, 2015https://youtube.com/MASavZgwXJ8  

 

Podcast: Author Surname Author InitialTitlePublication TitleYear Published. Accessed Month day, year. URL.

REFERENCE

1. Tracey, E.  Sugar and Your Heart.  Johns Hopkins Medicine Podcasts2015.  Accessed December 12, 2015.   http://podcasts.hopkinsmedicine.org/2015/11/30/december-2-2015-sugar-and-your-heart

Movie: Begin with the author, director, or producer.  Next, the title of the work in italics, followed by the medium in brackets.  Provide the place of publication, the publisher (or distributor), and the date of publication.

REFERENCE

1. Soderbergh S. Traffic. DVD. GramercyPictures; 2000.

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