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What is genocide?

  • Genocide - Topic Overview
    From Student Resources in Context. The MLA citation is at the bottom of the article. Just copy and paste!
  • Preventing Genocide - from the United Nations' Office of the Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide
    In 2004, the United Nations appointed an adviser on the prevention of genocide. This page gives the UN's definition of genocide.

    If you use EasyBib to create the citation, it will not find the electronic publishing date or the author. If you use the written article, leave that part blank. If you use the video interview, use Adama Dieng as the Contributor (author) and April 16, 2014 as the date published electronically.
  • The Crime of Genocide
    If you use, you will need to add the title and author to the citation information. The Contributor (author) is Alain Destexhe and the title of the article is RWANDA AND GENOCIDE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. There is no electronic publication date.

Armenia (1915)

  • Armenia (1915)
    Even after a century, the Armenian genocide is a cornerstone of Armenian identity.

    The source citation is already done. You can find it at the bottom of the article.
  • The Armenian Genoicde
    This article is a little longer; it talks about what was going on in the rest of the world when the Armenian genocide began. Skip down to the part called "The Event" for information on how the genocide in Armenia began.

    The citation is at the bottom of the article, already prepared for you.
  • Armenian Genocide - from World History, the Modern Era (database)
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    The MLA citation is listed at the bottom of the article for you.
  • Armenian genocide FAQ
    The atrocities committed against the Armenian people of the Ottoman Empire during W.W.I are called the Armenian Genocide.

    EasyBib can't find the publisher information (which you should type in as Armenian National Institute). There is no electronic publication date or author listed.
  • Armenian Genocide: Yale University Genocide Series
    If you use EasyBib to create the citation, it won't be able to find the author, date published or publisher. Use Yale University for the publisher.
  • The History Place - Genocide in the 20th Century
    If you create a citation using EasyBib, it won't be able to find the contributor, publisher or publication date. The Contributor (author) of this article is Philip Gavin. The publisher is The History Place.

How to cite a webpage

Citing websites can be tricky and it is imortant to cite them accurately and as completely as possible.  Use theis online citation tool to make it as easy as possible.

You will need the complete website URL (copy and paste from your browser.)  Make sure you choose MLA style and that you are citing a website.

Be prepared to search the website for information that the citation generator can't fill in on its own.


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