Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine - the title of the journal
Broadbent, Brooke - the author's name
The journal's publisher is not included in the MLA citation. MLA citations always begin with the author's name, when available, then lists the specific source title. Then where that specific source can be found. For a journal article, the information needed to find this article is the journal name, the issue number, year of publication and pages numbers. With texts readily available on the internet, it is now required to write whether the article is a print or a web publication.
the name of the article used by the researcher
Answer A: the tiltle of the article.
The underlined portion "A, B, Cs of a Healthy Lifestyle" of the citation refers to the title of the article, which author's name is Brooke Broabent. This article appeared in the journal Alive: Canada's Natural, which was printed in "Health & Wellness Magazine", issue number 334, in the pages 45-51, in the year 2010.
B.the name of the publication in which the article appeared
the answer is dependant clause
The right answer is "A"
The Right answer is A
The underlined portion of the citation, "A, B, Cs of a HEALTHY Lifestyle.", is the title of the article.
The other parts of the MLA citation are:
Broadbent, Brooke is the author.
Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness is the title of the journal.
Magazine 334 is the version of the publication.
(2010) is the year of publication.
45-51 are the page numbers.
Print is the format.