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Soc 107 Argo/Holcad Project: Cite!

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Dr. Robinson has said that you may use any style that you feel most comfortable with, so long as you use it consistently. Here are some resources for popular styles.

The OWL at Purdue

ASA- From CiteSource at Trinity College

MLA-  From CiteSource

Chicago

APA

How to Cite a Newspaper Article

ASA

In-text: (Authorlastname year)


Ref. List: AuthorLastname, First. Year. "Article Title," Newspaper, Month Date, pp. Page#.

MLA

In-text: (Authorlastname page#)


Ref. List: Authorlastname, Firstname. "Article Title" Newspaper Date Month Year: Page#. Print.

Chicago

Footnote: 1. Authorfirstname Las. “Article Title,” Newspaper, MonthAbreviation. Date, Year, Page#.


Ref. List: AuthorLastname, First. “Article Title.” Newspaper, MonthAbreviation. Date, Year, Page#.

APA

In-text: (Authorlastname, year, page#)


Ref. List: Authorlastname, Firstinitial. (Year, Month Date). Title. Newspaper, pp. #,#.

How to Cite a Yearbook

ASA

In-text: (Argo year)


Ref. List: Westminster College. Year. The Argo volume#. Publisher town, state: publisher(if listed).

MLA

In-text: (Argo vol.# Page #)


Ref. List: Westminster College. The Argo. Vol#. Publisher Town: Publisher, Year.

Chicago

Footnote: 1. Westminster College. The Argo, year, page#.


Ref. List: Westminster College. Year. The Argo. Vol.#. Publisher Town: Publisher.

APA

In-text: (Argo, year)


Ref. List: Westminster College. (Year). The Argo (Vol. #). Publisher town, state: publisher.

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