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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.

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ASA/ASR Style Manual

Information about ASA that is available online is much more limited than information about APA, MLA, or Turabian styles. Make educated guesses when no explicit information is available. Contact a librarian,  your professor, or the writing center for discuss the best way to cite your information.

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