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AN 340: Native American Cultures: Citation Information

Things to Remember!

As noted in your assignment prompt, you are able to choose which citation style you would like to use for this paper. JUST BE CONSISTENT! If you chose Chicago, stick with Chicago throughout your paper and all other assignments for this class. This page contains information on the major different citation styles.

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Preferred Method of Citation: American Anthropological Association

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AAA Style Guide

Preferred Citation Style: American Antiquity

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Style Guide

Chicago

MLA Style Manual

MLA Guides on the Web

APA Style Manual

APA (American Psychological Association) style is commonly used in the social sciences. The APA released a 6th edition of their publication manual in 2010, which contains many updates from the previous edition.

About References

"The references of your paper are the foundation on which your work is built. They provide the scientific background that justifies the research you have undertaken and the methods you have used. They provide the context in which your research should be interpreted. They should not be collected as an afterthought when your research project is complete. A literature search and reading of the relevant references should be the starting points of any research project."
- Howell, Simon. "References." How to write a paper. Ed. George M. Hall. 3rd ed. London: BMJ Books, 2003. 51.