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Hi there,
I'd just like to know how to properly cite an academic journal in an article? Do I place the title in quotes or italics? For example:

StartFragment>In 2006, William Thatcher Dowell wrote in his journal “The Internet, Censorship, and China” that, “Chinese authorities are proving unusually sophisticated at reigning in the Internet’s free wheeling nature.” EndFragment>

Is that correct? Thank you!
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Whether there's a "proper" way to do this I don't know, but I personally prefer italics.
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calamansiIn 2006, William Thatcher Dowell wrote in his journal “The Internet, Censorship, and China” that, “Chinese authorities are proving unusually sophisticated at reigning in the Internet’s free wheeling nature.”
Hi,

I'm quite sure journal is not the word you want here. “The Internet, Censorship, and China” is an article, published in a journal titled "Georgetown Journal of International Affairs".
Besides, I think that you shouldn't put a comma after "that" ... not sure about this, though. Emotion: sad
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