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|The proper way to cite a print article in MLA is:
Author(s). "Title of Article." Title of Journal Volume.Issue (Year): page numbers. Database name. Web. Date accessed.
The year is misplaced, and quotation marks should surround the article title instead of the journal title. This example is missing the database name and publication medium. A reader might be able to find the original article from this information, but a teacher would likely point out sloppy work.