"The end product of all your research is the paper that you complete for your class. An important component of your paper is the documentation that gives credit to the sources you used to write it. Without this documentation, you are essentially committing plagiarism. Citing your sources has three purposes:
... The variety of documentation styles reflects the diversity and sheer amount of information available today and the specific needs that researchers in different fields have. ... No matter which style you have to use, the important thing is to be consistent."
Quaratiello, Arlene R. and Jane Devine. The College Student's Research Companion. 5th ed. New York: Neal-Schuman, 2011. Print.
IMPORTANT!! Check your syllabus or check with your instructor to find out which citation style is required.
This 4:36 presentation explains the association of the different citations styles with different subject areas.
Use the links on the left to find guides to the style you need to use.
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