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  • APA 6th ed.: DiPaolo, Marc Edward (2010-09-28). Political Satire and British-American Relations in Five Decades of Doctor Who. The Journal of Popular Culture p. 964-987.
  • MLA 7th ed.: DiPaolo, Marc Edward. "Political Satire and British-American Relations in Five Decades of Doctor Who." The Journal of Popular Culture [add city] 2010-09-28, 964-987. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: DiPaolo, Marc Edward. "Political Satire and British-American Relations in Five Decades of Doctor Who." The Journal of Popular Culture, edition, sec., 2010-09-28
  • Turabian: DiPaolo, Marc Edward. "Political Satire and British-American Relations in Five Decades of Doctor Who." The Journal of Popular Culture, 2010-09-28, section, 964-987 edition.
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