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MKTG 335 Fennell: Cite Sources

Manage & Organize: ProQuest RefWorks

ProQuest RefWorks is a citation management tool that assists researchers in gathering, organizing, annotating, and citing their sources. Accounts are free to anyone with an SU email address (students, staff, faculty).

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Please note that citation tools like RefWorks are only as perfect as the data they are extracting from resources -- you should always double-check your citations to make sure they are correct.


Help Pages:

Citing Sources: APA

You always have the most control over the accuracy of your citations when you do it by hand using the selected style manual (above).

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Citing Sources: Chicago

You always have the most control over the accuracy of your citations when you do it by hand using the selected style manual (above).

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Citing Sources: MLA

You always have the most control over the accuracy of your citations when you do it by hand using the selected style manual (above).

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Avoiding plagiarism

The Oxford English Dictionary defines plagiarism as "[t]he practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own" 

You're plagiarizing when you: 

  • Copy, quote, paraphrase or summarize any source without citing the source 
  • Purchase a research paper 
  • Allow another person to write a research paper for you
  • Submit another person's work in your name

To avoid plagiarism, give credit whenever you use:

  • another person’s idea, opinion, or theory
  • any piece of information that is not common knowledge
  • another person’s actual spoken or written words
  • paraphrase of another person’s spoken or written words

Resources

Legal Citations

For information on the current edition's updates, see "Preface to the Twentieth Edition" on The Bluebook's website.

Note: The previous, 19th edition may be found in the Library General Stacks: