How To Cite…


There are several ways of managing your citations

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This is the best site for tips and advice: Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

The Most Common Styles

APA

APA (American Psychological Association) is always used for psychology publications, and it is often used for anthropology, business, economics, education, political science, and other social science publications. Ask your professor if it is appropriate for your research.

MLA

  • MLA (Modern Language Association) style is used for humanities publications and nearly all literature publications. Ask your professor if it is appropriate for your research.
    • Authority:

    Chicago

      Special Subject Styles

      ACS

      • ACS American Chemical Society) style is used for chemistry publications.  Ask your professor if it is appropriate for your research.

      AMA

      • AMA (American Medical Association) style is used for medicine or health publications — such as athletic training. Ask your professor if it is appropriate for your research.

      ASA

      • ASA (American Sociological Association) style is used for sociology publications.  Ask your professor if it is appropriate for your research.

      CSE/CBE

      • CSE/CBE (Council of Science Editors) (Council of Biology Editors) style is used for biology and most science publications. Ask your professor if it is appropriate for your research.
      • Authorities:
        • Council of Science Editors. Style Manual Committee. 2006. Scientific style and format : The CSE manual for authors, editors, and publishers. Reston, VA: Council of Science Editors in cooperation with the Rockefeller University Press. 825 p.
          REF T11 .S386 2006
        • Rabinowitz H, Vogel S. 2009. The manual of scientific style: a guide for authors, editors, and researchers. Amsterdam: Elsevier/Academic Pr. 968 p.
          REF T11 .M355 2009

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