Style and Citation Guides

A-Z List |  by Subject


You should always check with your professor before choosing a style.

The most common style guides are MLA, APA, Chicago, and CSE


Alphabetic List of Style Manuals:

AAA

ACS

AIP 

APA

APSA

  •  APSA (American Political Science Association). Based on Chicago style.

ASA  

  • ASA Style - DVD/CD/VHS - a quick guide for these formats.
  • ASA Style Guide
    This brief guide, based on American Sociological Association guidelines was created by California State University and presents a summary of manuscript format requirements and examples of citations in text and references.
  • ASA Style Guide. 4th ed, American Sociological Association, 2010. Print.

Blue Book 

  • (Law) Bluebook (Cambridge, Mass.) Commonly known as: Harvard citator, 18th ed. 2005. Print.
  • Introduction to Basic Legal Citation (LII) by Peter W. Martin, from Cornell Law School.
  • CiteUS LegalUS -"the legal citation generator for lazy law students"
    Creates Bluebook uniform citations for most legal sources except case law, which is covered by Lexis Nexis. Includes statutes, administrative and legislative materials.

Chicago

Columbia

CSE

Geology

Government

History

IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)

Math

MLA

Turabian