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.

Structure: 

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


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