when creating your reference page, with each reference are you supposed to write the authors out in alphabetical order or as they are displayed in the article?
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I just checked with APA rep and they said to create a reference with author organization as you see it in the article. As an entire reference list, you would organize each article based on alphabet.
I am not disagreeing with you. Great resource. When listin greferences, they should be alphabetized. That wasn't the question I asked.
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On an APA reference page your references will be listed in alphabetical order by authors' last names and names of organizations. You do use the names as they are credited in the article or the organizations name exactly as it appears. Here's a little sample:
Goodin, D. (2011, September 27). World takes notice as SSL-chewing BEAST is unleashed. The Register. Retrieved from http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/09/27/beast_attacks_paypay/
Kazienko , P., & Dorosz, P. (2004). Intrusion detection systems part 1. Retrieved October 10, 2011, from http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/intrusion_detection_systems_ids_part_i__network_intrusions_attack_symptoms_ids_tasks_and_ids_architecture.html
Microsoft Corporation. (2011). Integrity and encryption algorithms (Fact Sheet). Retrieved from Windows Server Tech Center: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc811537(WS.10).aspx
Rothman, M. (1999, May 17). Public-key encryption for dummies. Network World. Retrieved from http://www.networkworld.com/news/64452_05-17-1999.html
The SANS Institute. (2011). Information security policy templates. Retrieved from http://www.sans.org/security-resources/policies/