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ASA/ASR Citation Style Guide: Getting Started

This is a guide on how to use the American Sociological Association citation style. It provides examples of basic formats for sources using ASA/ASR Style.

ASA/ASR Style Manual

Introduction to Sociology Style (ASA/ASR)

This page shows examples of only a few types of resources.  For more detailed information, use the Sociology style manuals and web sites listed on this page.

All call numbers listed are those for the University of St. Thomas Libraries, St. Paul, MN.

This is used for Sociology research articles. It is based on the format for the American Sociological Review.

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