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ASA Citation Style  

Guide to American Sociological Association (ASA) style, including where to find the manual and examples of citations for different types of publications
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Online Tips and Guides for ASA Style


The links below have some helpful information on using ASA style. However, keep in mind that the final authority on ASA style is the official ASA Style Manual.

 

What Is ASA Style?

The ASA Style Manual is published by the American Sociological Association. It is designed to serve as the authoritative reference for writing, submitting, editing, and copyediting manuscripts for ASA journals and other publications following ASA's unique format.. When citing sources for a paper, follow your instructor's preferences.

For more information, see the ASA website.

 

ASA Style Manual

The definitive authority for ASA style is only available in print:

ASA Style Guide, Fourth Edition.

There are two copies available, one on reserve and one in the reference collection. Both are under the call number HM569 .A54 2010 

 

Book Available in the Library:

Style Guide - American Sociological Association
Call Number: HM569 .A54 2010
ISBN: 9780912764313
Publication Date: 2010

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