For space saving reasons, the citations below are single spaced. For more information see the "Electronic Information" section. If your source does not appear on this sheet, consult the APA guide available on Reserve or at the library assistance desk in the Cook Library Learning Commons.
A Manual for Writers and Librarians. Edited by Diane L. Garner and Diane H. Government Printing Office, Revised and edited by Wallace R. Associated Press A Professional System of Citations, 3rd ed. Legal writers in most law schools in the United States are trained using this. The Elements of Legal Style, 2nd ed.
Oxford University Press, Edited by the University of Chicago Law Review. Despite the near uniform use of the Bluebook, nearly every state has appellate court rules that specify citation methods and writing styles specific to that state - and the Supreme Court of the United States has its own citation method.
However, in most cases these are derived from the Bluebook. There are also several other citation manuals available to legal writers in wide usage in the United States. Virtually all large law firms maintain their own citation manual and several major publishers of legal texts West, Lexis-Nexis, Hein, et al.
Religion[ edit ] Catholic News Service. CNS Stylebook on Religion: Reference Guide and Usage Manual, 3rd ed. Catholic News Service, Goss and Carolyn Stanford Goss. This popular guide provides a fresh understanding and distinctively Christian examination of style and language.
It covers the basic rules of grammar, style, and editing, and is intended for writers and editors. Edited by Patrick H. SBL Press, 1st ed.: A Stylebook on Religion's Best Beat.
Edited by Diane Connolly and Debra I. American Institute of Physics, “ASA style” when writing research papers. Consult the ASA Style Guide for answers • Begin the reference list on a separate page headed with the word “References” The Chicago Manual of Style. 15th ed. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
o Books. The Harvard style does not have a manual and there are various versions that can be followed. However, one common element that is adhered to in this writing format is using author name/date system when citing as reference books, articles and other documents.
the Harvard UCT referencing style, customised for UCT, is available on RefWorks and Endnote. However, it is advisable to double-check that your references have been formatted correctly, because each of the many types of information sources has a particular reference format.
A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers. 7th ed.
Revised by Wayne C. Booth, Gregory G. Colomb, Joseph M. Williams, and University of Chicago Press editorial staff. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, This resource, revised according to the 6 th edition, second printing of the APA manual, offers examples for the general format of APA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the reference .
Some disciplines have adopted a particular referencing style, while other disciplines may use a range of referencing styles. It is up to students to familiarise themselves with the referencing style .