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Citing Sources: Resources

Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism

Other styles used by specific departments/programs ----- (other than APA, MLA, CSE or Chicago)

Chemistry ACS American Chemical Society Style Guide ACS Style Guide  additional guide from Williams College
Earth and Climate Sciences GSA Geological Society of America Style GSA site includes a full set of geology publication guidelines, including information on tables and figures.
Law/Legal The Bluebook: a uniform system of citation Also handy is this Government Documents Guide from our colleagues at Bowdoin.  Though in Chicago style, it's helpful in describing the necessary components to the citation.
Mathematics Author LaTeX Packages for Publishing with the AMS

"The AMS prefers that authors use the AMS-LaTeX author package" specific to the publication source.

Packages can be downloaded from the "Author LaTeX Packages" link.

Physics & Astronomy AIP American Institute of Physics Style Manual This style was last updated in 1997.
APS Reviews of Modern Physics Style Guide is oriented toward publication in LATEX with references in BIBTEX.
Politics APSA Style Manual for Political Science

For topics not covered in this short guide, use Chicago Manual of Style.

APSA Style  additional guide from Trinity College


ASA American Sociology Association Quick Style Guide

Complete print guide: Reference HM 569 .A54 2014

ASA References Page Formatting from Purdue OWL