Answered By: Adam Nelson
Last Updated: Sep 08, 2016     Views: 5

When citing a website, it is conditional on who claims the rights to whatever you may be citing. If the reviewer is for the specific article (i.e. author, editor) you would use that person in your citation.  If the reviewer is only for the website (i.e. webmaster) but isn't responsible for individual article content, you would use the website in your citation.

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