QUESTION: Could you please look at this “newsletter”. I am not 100% sure how to reference this. Here are the attributes it has:
2) Newsletter from the American Institute of Stress (First name)
3) Newsletter is called “Health and Stress” (second name)
4) Name of article
This is what I have put together, but I do not think it is correct. However I am not sure how to do something with two names?
Rosch, P. (2010). Health and stress: How valid are Selye’s diseases of adaptation. The American Institute of Stress, 2, 1-13. Retrieved from http://stress.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Feb10-NL.pdf
SOLUTION: MLA does have specific guidelines on referencing a newsletter article. The article you are referencing does not have an author. Rosch is the editor in chief of the entire newsletter not the author. The title of the newsletter is Health and Stress: The Newsletter of the American Institute of Stress. There are no page numbers included in the PDF.
Your reference should look like the one below:
“How Valid are Selye’s Diseases of Adaptation.” Health and Stress: The Newsletter of the
American Institute of Stress Feb. 2010: N. pag. American Institute of Stress. Web. 16
I did not realize that there was an American Institute of Stress. The website has quite a bit of interesting information on the topic. You might want to take a look.