Too many writers believe adjectives add colour and style. Your writing, at its best. Page Numbers If an article has no page numbers provided, leave that part of the citation out in the References List.
A cricket report or commentary can assume knowledge of the rules of cricket; an article for a motoring magazine can assume the reader knows what a supercar is. It declares why the story is being published, what is the newest, most interesting, most important, most significant, most attention-grabbing aspect of the story. You cannot always start from the beginning for the benefit of reader recently arrived from Mars, but you can include sufficient to ensure it is not meaningless. The worst will make it likely that you will move on. They sit even less easily in copy, where only readers over 55 can identify.
They are a useful tool to check you have covered all the bases, though not all will always apply. You should also note that these guidelines apply to titles that appear in a text and are surrounded by other words. You will find longer sentences and paragraphs and sometimes longer words in the more serious newspapers selling relatively small numbers of copies than in mass-selling newspapers with circulations 10 times as big. It depends on the publication you are writing for, of course. You need to decide what is more important, what is less important, to establish a hierarchy of pieces of information.
It transpired later, when the multi-coloured Volvo truck driver who was transporting a container containing motor parts to Oxford was being interviewed by a local radio reporter, that the lorry veered to avoid a police car speeding towards him on the wrong side of the road. Apostrophes The printed word has done more to save the apostrophe than the whole of the teaching profession. Do not start writing until you have a plan.
If there is a colon in the article title, also capitalize the first letter of the first word after the colon. There is always a problem over how much knowledge to assume, particularly with a running story of which today's is another episode. That is the effect it has when used in newspaper writing. Italics and underlining are used today to emphasize titles of works such as books, poems, short stories, and articles. Short, incisive, direct quotes change the pace of a story, add colour and character, illustrate bald facts, and introduce personal experience. Articles are usually written by journalists who may or may not have subject expertise.
We must be able to put it across. However, we recommend using the name of the database where you found the article for articles without a DOI.