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MLA Style: Citing Sources without Page or Part Numbers

"When a source has no page numbers or any other kind of part number, no number should be given in a parenthetical citation."

(MLA Handbook 56).

Source with no page or part numbers, abbreviated title in citation

Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Statistics. Statistics Canada, 18 Oct. 2018, www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/topics-start/gender_diversity_and_inclusion.

Narrative citation: Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Statistics

Parenthetical citation: (Gender)

Source with no page or part numbers, unabbreviated title in citation

"Fish Migration." Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 15 April 2020, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_migration.

Narrative citation: "Fish Migration"

Parenthetical citation: ("Fish Migration")

Source with no page or part numbers, with individual authors in citation

Zalasiewicz, Jan, and Colin Waters. "The Anthropocene." Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Environmental Science, edited by Hank Shugart, Oxford UP, Dec. 2015. doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780199389414.013.7.

Narrative citation: Zalasiewicz and Waters

Parenthetical citation: (Zalasiewicz and Waters)