American Sociological Association Style Guide (6th edition)
Stauffer Library Reference Collection: REF HM569.A54 2019
Style and Reference Guide
Created by the Queen's Department of Sociology, this style and reference guide is based on the American Sociological Association Style Guide (4th Edition).
While this style and reference guide follows the ASA Style Guide on most points there are some minor, but important, differences introduced for the purposes of undergraduate essays in the Queen's Department of Sociology. You should read through this guide before you begin to write your essay and refer to it when referencing ideas, paraphrasing, or making direct quotations.
Quick Tips for ASA Style
Guide for how to cite references using the American Sociological Association style.
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Citation management tools allow a user to collect, organize and retrieve one's personal library of citations, and insert properly formatted footnotes or citations into a paper and create a properly formatted bibliography using one's preferred citation style.
Consult the Queen's Library guide to citation managers for more information.