Author: Arantxa Vizcaíno-Verdú – Translation: Erika-Lucia Gonzalez-Carrion

We recently introduced the new APA Manual 7th Edition, which includes the latest changes in format and citation of academic papers for researchers and publishers around the world. This time, Comunicar is pleased to present you a synthesized version of the more than four hundred pages that make up the guide. A document that you can already have on our website in Spanish, English, Chinese and Portuguese in the ‘APA 7.0 Citation’ section.


APA 7ª Ed. in five steps

This shortened version of APA 7 Comunicar incorporates the way in which documents have to be referenced in our journal, as well as the direct link to the original format from the American Psychological Association. With examples in the list of references, in parenthetical citations and in citations from the text, we introduce the most recurring formats in the area of ​​social sciences and humanities, distributed in five sections: written works (journal article, blog entry, book and chapter book, dictionary or Wikipedia entry, etc.), audiovisual media (movies and television series, music and others), web and social networks, formal aspects (tables and figures) and other aspects to consider (plagiarism, the format of documents, language free of prejudices, research, etc.).

Likewise, and given the difficulty of the new adaptation from APA 6 to the APA 7 version after almost a decade of application, we dedicate the last space to the most notable differences between both of them.

Discover APA Citations 7.0 Comunicar, and share with your entire scientific community!

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