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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) sets specific formatting rules for citing sources in technical research papers. Those rules include a numeric system for indicating sources in the order of appearance in the text.
Read on to explore the guidelines for citing newspaper articles in the IEEE style, along with examples.
The IEEE specifies different formats for citing newspaper articles in reference lists, depending on the medium. Here are the formats to use:
Structure: [Number] Author’s Initial(s). Last Name, “Article title,” Newspaper Title: Section if available, Page or Page Range, Abbreviated Month Day, Year.
 N. Perpitch, “Green groups battle to overturn gas plan,” The Australian, p. 2, Sept. 7, 2010.
 “UAE eases entry rules for Canadians,” Gulf News, p. 5, Aug. 14, 2012.
*Note: The second example’s newspaper article has no author, so the entry starts with the title.
Structure: [Number] Author’s Initial(s). Last Name, “Article title,” Newspaper Title: Section if available, Paragraph Number/Page or Page Range if citing from a database unless referring to the entire article, Abbreviated Month Day, Year. [Online]. Available: URL or Database Name if applicable, homepage URL. [Accessed: Abbreviated Month Day, Year].
 L. Foster, “Develop Baltimore from within,” The Baltimore Sun, p. 23A, Nov. 8, 2012. [Online]. Available: ProQuest, https://www.proquest.com. [Accessed: Feb. 9, 2022].
 A. Vaughan, “Fusion energy record suggests we really could build artificial suns,” NewScientist: Technology, para. 6, Feb. 9, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2307548-fusion-energy-record-suggests-we-really-could-build-artificial-suns/ [Accessed: Feb. 9, 2022].
The IEEE style uses a numeric system for in-text citations as well. You place the numbers in square brackets right after mentioning a source to indicate the relevant reference and help the readers find it in the reference list. You can even specify the numbers without referring to authors or titles.
When referring to a specific source multiple times, use the same number. When citing multiple sources to support a particular claim, list the relevant numbers in square brackets and separate them with a comma or a dash.
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