The CIA World Factbook provides readers with information on 266 countries on world entities. It includes information on topics such as history, economics and geography. This publication is written in a style similar to the almanac and can be found online on the cia.gov website. Many authors cite information from the World Factbook in their work. The two most common forms of citations are produced by the Modern Language Association (MLA) and the American Psychological Association (APA).
Type the name of the author, in this case you will type Central Intelligence Agency. Place a period at the end of the word.
In parenthesis write the year the article was published. Put a period at the end of this.
State what section of the website this article was found at. For example, you will write "The World Factbook page on Mexico, Section: People" and place a period at the end.
Write "In," the year of the Factbook article and then "World Factbook." Underline the year and the words World Factbook. Following this, write "Online database" in brackets.
Write "Retrieved" and then the date you accessed the website. Place a comma after the year. Write "from the World Wide Web," insert a colon and then write the website the article can be found at with a period at the end. The entire citation should follow this format:
Central Intelligence Agency. (1998). The World Factbook page on
Mexico, Section: People. In 1997 World Factbook [Online
database]. Retrieved November 22, 1998, from the World Wide
Write the title of the article. Capitalize the first letter and place one quotation mark at the beginning of the title and one quotation mark after the period.
Write "CIA World Factbook." and underline it. Write the year the article was written after this and insert a period after the year.
Write "Central Intelligence Agency." and the date you accessed the website. The date should follow this format: 12 June 1998.
Write the website the article can be viewed at. The entire citation should follow this format:
"Cambodia." CIA World Factbook. 1997. Central Intelligence Agency. 12 June
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