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FYS: Beliefs, Morals, and College Life

to be used in conjunction with assignment in Professor Olvera's class

APA Resources with Examples

APA (American Psychological Association) Style is commonly used in the social sciences. 

MLA Resources with Examples

MLA (Modern Language Association) Style, commonly used in liberal arts and humanities. 

Chicago/Turabian Resources with Examples

The Chicago Manual of Style/Turabian citation style has two different methods for citation:

  • Notes and bibliography style is common in the humanities, including literature, history and the arts. 
  • Author-date style is common in the physical, natural and social sciences. 

    Chicago/Turabian, Why Two Names?

  • Chicago Manual (CMOS) is primarily intended as a style guide for published works.

  • Turabian, "largely based on CMOS with some slight alterations and additions", is for student papers.

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  • create bibliographies in a variety of styles
  • collaborate


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