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Citation Styles

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Citation Style Guides
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 - American Psychological Association

ASA  - American Sociological Association

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 - Chicago Manual of Style

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 - Council of Science Editors Style

MLA - Modern Language Association
Citing Legal Sources
Legal citations

The Bluebook: a uniform system of citation

Reference Desk - Non-Circulating - 3000 Level
KF245 .B58 2015x

User's Guide to the Bluebook
Dworsky, Alan
Reference Room Non-Circulating - 3000 Level
KF245 .D853 1996

"A few notes on citing legal documents pdf" Dr. Zachary Wolfe, GWU

Professor Wolfe's YouTube screencast on citing legal documents: 
Additional Resources

-OWL: Purdue University Online Writing Lab
Resource developed by Purdue University that offers many free writing resources.  Topics covered include Research, Style Guides, Professional Writing and Sample Papers.

Information from the book
Research and Documentation Online 5th edition.
By Diana Hacker and Barbara Fister.

Provides source suggestions by subject including databases, web sources and reference material.  Booth Library does not have access to all the databases mentioned.

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Cite it Right: The SourceAid guide to citation, research and avoiding plagiarism co-authors Tom Fox, Julia Johns, Sarah Keller. 2007.
call number: PN171 .F56 .F69 2007x

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Composing Science: A facilitator's guide to writing in the science classroom. Leslie Atkins Elliot, Kim Jaxon, and Irene Salter, 2016
call number: T11 .E39 2016
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