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Links to helpful websites, citation examples, and personal assistance using the style guide of the American Sociological Association (ASA).
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Warning!

While some article databases offer ASA formatting for citations, these are NOT ALWAYS ACCURATE OR COMPLETE!

If you use an online tools to generate citations, please double check their accuracy against the "ASA Style Guide" or other sources linked from this guide.

 

UNK Writing Center

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Assistance with all writing projects, including help with citing sources, is available at the Writing Center, which is part of the Learning Commons located on the Library's 2nd floor. 

Appointments are recommended and may be scheduled in-person or by telephone at 308-865-8905. 

Click here for more information about the Writing Center's services.

 

The ASA Style Guide

Copies of this book, also referred to as the "ASA Style Guide," are located at the Reference Desk (Library main level) for in-library use only.

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Style guide (4th ed.) - American Sociological Association
Call Number: * HM73 .A547 2010
ISBN: 0912764317
Located at the Reference Desk.

Helpful Resources on ASA Style

Additional information on ASA style may be found at these websites:

  • Purdue OWL: Formatting in Sociology (ASA Style)
    A free guide to ASA style, developed by Purdue University's Online Writing Lab. May still refer to the 3rd edition of the "ASA Style Guide."
  • Mendeley
    Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network. Cite as you write, and read and annotate your PDFs on any device.
  • Zotero.org
    A free Firefox add-on for storing citations and generating bibliographies in ASA and numerous other formats.
 

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