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SOC111: Introduction to Sociology: Citations

Anatomy of a citation

Citation Guide links

Citing sources correctly is important to any research project, whether it be a paper, presentation, or speech. Citation styles govern more than just the 'Works Cited' page. They provide guidance on citations, in-text citations, formatting the paper, title pages, and more. Each style has slightly different formatting, but most require the same information. The following guides and tools will help you format your projects correctly.

EBSCO Databases

EBSCOhost is a company we purchase databases through. These databases include, but are not limited to the following databases:

  • Academic Search Premier
  • ATLA
  • Business Source Premier
  • ERIC
  • Humanities Source
  • SocINDEX
  • SPORTDiscus
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ProQuest

ProQuest is a company we purchase databases through. These databases include:

  • PsycINFO and PsycArticles
  • US Major Dailies
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