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SOCI 201 (Kang): Citing Sources

Online Resource for ASA

American Sociological Association - quick tips for ASA style as a pdf

ASA Style Guide

You always have the most control over the accuracy of your citations when you do it by hand using the selected style manual (below). If you are on campus, ask at the Service Desk for help locating this style guide.


Online Citation Help

While going directly to the style guide is the best way to ensure accuracy in your citations, here are some online sources to serve as a quick examples for the basics.


RefWorks

ProQuest RefWorks is a tool that helps you handle all your citations. It's particularly useful for this assignment because not only does it manage your citations for a bibliography, but you can share a folder with the rest of your group. The link below takes you through all of the basics of how to utilize RefWorks. 

More specifically, RefWorks allows you to:

Add References

Create a Bibliography

Create a Shared Folder


If you'd like to see how to edit a RefWorks citation or upload a document to annotate in RefWorks, you can watch this video.