Include all information that is available on the Web page.
Author(s). Year of publication. "Web site title or title of
section retrieved." Place of publication: Publisher.
Retrieved on Date (web site address).
Purdue University Online Writing Lab. 2012. "Formatting in
Sociology (ASA Style)." West Lafayette, IN: Purdue
University. Retrieved May 2, 2012
When referring to emails in your manuscript, you should provide the full citation in a footnote or endnote (See page 59 in the ASA Style Guide for specific information about when and how to use footnotes and endnotes. For specific information on citing email references, see page 80.)
In Text example:
...as mentioned in an email to the author by Karraker...
² Karraker, Meg Wilkes, e-mail message to author,
May 10, 2012.
Author(s). Date. "Title of Blog entry." Blog publisher.
Blog Title. Retrieved date. (url).
Gjelten, Dan and Linda Hulbert. 2012. "Electronic books
in the academic library--a complicated and dynamic
phenomenon." University of St. Thomas Libraries.
UST Libraries Blog. Retrieved March 16, 2012.
Author(s). Date. "Title." You-Tube Web site. Retrieved
University of St. Thomas. 2010. "Location Location
Location/University of St. Thomas." You-Tube Web site.
Retrieved December 14, 2011