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Article from an Online Database
Author. "Article Title." Journal/Magazine Title, vol. xx, no. x, day month year, pp. xx-xx. Database,
doi. Accessed day month year.
Gadow, Kenneth D., and Joyce Sprafkin. "Television 'Violence' and Children with Emotional and
Behavioral Disorders." Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders, vol. 1, no. 1,
Jan. 1993, p. 54, Academic Search Complete, doi:10.1177/106342669300100108. Accessed 14 April 2020.
Author. Title. E-book, Publisher, Date.
Sender, Katherine. The Makeover : Reality Television and Reflexive Audiences. E-book, NYU Press,