Citation Style Guide

We use notes, not references. We are using the Journalism Quarterly note style. Examples are included below:

  1. Wayne Wanta, The Public and the National Agenda (Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1997), 17.
  2. Paul S. Voakes, “Public Perception of Journalists’ Ethical Motivations,” Journalism Quarterly 74 (Spring 1997):23-38.
  3. Maxwell McCombs, Donald L. Shaw and David Weaver, eds., Communication and Democracy (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1997).
  4. Edward Caudill, “An Agenda-Setting Perspective on Historical Public Opinion,” in Communication and Democracy, eds. Maxwell McCombs, Donald L. Shaw and David Weaver (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1997), 1982.
  5. John Sullivan, “Celebrity Pulls Advertising,” Editor & Publisher 19 July 1997, 14, 65.
  6. “Thomson Focuses on Readership,” Editor & Publisher 19 July 1997, 25.
  7. Carolyn Garret Cline and Wendy Jo Maynard, “Teaching Online Technology in Public Relations,” (paper presented at the annual meeting of AEJMC, Atlanta, 1994).
  8. Debra Mason, “God in the News Ghetto: A Study of Religion News from 1984 to 1989” (Ph.D. diss., Ohio University, 1995).
  9. New York Times v. U.S., 403 US 713 (1971).

We are using a formatting innovation that allows the reader to see notes as “footnotes” but allows the author to prepare notes as “endnotes.”