If the reference does not have a listed author, a writer can use the first few words of the reference's title for in-text citations. For the works cited page, the reference will skip the author section and start with the title of the reference.
When including information from another source, it is required that the source be acknowledged. For writers using APA style, citing a source without an author within the paper can be accomplished by including the first few words from the title of the work being referenced. When listing the source on the works cited page, instead of beginning the source with the author information, the source starts with the title of the work being cited.