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Cite Your Sources

A listing of some other commonly used citation styles, organized by subject area. Use the navigation menu to choose the area you need.

If you are unsure of which citation style to use, ask your instructor.

Arts & Humanities

See our sections for MLA Style and Chicago Manual of Style, common formats in the arts and humanities. Another citation style is Turabian, a modified version of Chicago style.

Science & Medicine

ACS (American Chemical Society)

AMA (American Medical Association)

ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)

CSE (Council of Science Editors)

IEEE (Engineering)

Social Sciences

See our section on APA Style, a common format for social sciences. Other citation styles include:

ASA (American Sociological Association)

APSA (American Political Science Association)

Government & Law

Government Information

Legal Information, Laws, Court Cases, etc.

Journalism & Mass Media

The Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law  (Call Number: REF PN4783 .A83), located on the 3rd floor of Cofrin Library.