WRITING/RESEARCH - STYLE MANUALS
|American Political Science Association Style Manual|
Summary description of the guidelines related to format & layout of the paper, spelling & word division, figures & citations. Also includes multiple examples for common sources, print and other.
|APA Style Tips|
Tips provided by the APA on the use of their writing and citation style.
|Citing Government Document|
Provides examples for citing various print and electronic government documents in various formats: Turabian, APA, Chicago, and MLA.
|Citing Print Sources: The Style Manual for Political Science|
Provides example bibliographic citations for common print sources.
Explanations of major documentation styles -- APSA, APA, Chicago/Turabian, and MLA -- and some helps on properly using them. Prepared by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Writing Center.
|Introduction to Basic Legal Citation|
LII 2003 ed. by Peter W. Martin
|ONLINE! Citation Styles|
The format for citing Online sources in the MLA, APA, and Chicago styles.
|Outline of Strunk & White's Elements of Style|
PHC students are expected to abide by the writing rules in Strunk & White's book Elements of Style. This document is a summary of these rules.
|OWL at Purdue|
Purdue's Online Writing Lab, providing research, writing, and citation tips, including sections on APA, Chicago, MLA, and specifically Documenting Electronic Sources.
|Turabian Quick Guide|
Examples of Turabian citations for different types and formats of material.
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