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Citing government information print resource
Basic Citation Format
The following examples, based on The Complete Guide to Citing Government Information Resources: A Manual for Writers and Librarians (Revised Edition), are provided to act as a guide for creating your own bibliographies.
Issuing Agency. Title by author. Edition. Place: Publisher, Date. (Series). (Notes including SuDoc number).
Author. "Article Title," Periodical Title Volume:Issue (Date) Page Numbers. (Notes including SuDoc number).
Issuing Agency. Title. (Type of medium). Edition. Place: Publisher (if other than the issuing agency), Date. Available: URL. Referenced: Date.
Report or Informative Document:
United Nations. (1991). Consequences of rapid population growth in developing countries. New York, NY: Taylor.
Hearings on the "Equal Rights" Amendment: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments of the Committee on the Judiciary, 91st Cong. 1 (1970).
DVDs, CD-ROMs, etc.
Issuing Agency. Title. Available on: Issuing Agency (if different). Title. (Type of medium). Edition. Place: Publisher (if different), Date. (Series). (Notes including SuDoc number).