How to Cite a Translated Article in APA, MLA or Chicago

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If you are citing an article in a foreign language, you may want to include a translation of the article. Do this by writing the translation of the article immediately after the article title in brackets. Follow the same capitalization rules as the title.


Smith, J. (2003). El gobierno puede cambiar [The government can change]. Democracia Moderna 4,3, 8-19.



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