TO CITE ARTICLES FROM ON-LINE DATA BASES a. Question: When we use an online data base, do we use the name of the database or the name of the newspaper article it came from? Answer from the Librarian: Both Example: Konishi, E., Davis, A.J., & Alba, T. (2002). The ethics of withdrawing artificial food and fluid from terminally ill patients: An end-of-life dilemma for Japanese nurses and families. Nursing Ethics, 9, 7-19. Retrieved January 20, 2004, from Academic Search Elite database. b. Question: How do we cite sources from Opposing Viewpoints? Answer: Note that no URL is required. Gfroerer, J., Wu, L., & Penn, M.A. (2005). "Marijuana is a gateway drug." Current controversies: Drug legalization. Retrieved April 23, 2008, from Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center.