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Citing Your Sources - ASA Style: Overview

Formatting guidance for American Sociological Association citations.

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"This guide lists a selection of print manuals and online resources that will help you construct and write a research paper and cite your sources."

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ASA Style Guide

 

ASA Style Guide

 

4th Edition. Located at the Sawyer Reference Desk, Call Number: HM 73.A547 2010

"The ASA Style Guide... is designed to serve as the authoritative reference for writing, submitting, editing, and copy editing manuscripts for ASA journals. In practice, however, the ASA Style Guide also serves a wider community of researchers, writers, and publishers who use it to prepare and present scholarly papers in other sociological and social science venues." Retrieved from the ASA Style Guide, preface page xi.

The ASA Style Guide is based on the Chicago Manual of Style.

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