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Citations: Other Styles

Learn what a citation is, how to read a citation and how to create APA, ASA, MLA, and Chicago style citations.

AAA Style

American Anthropological Association (AAA) Style now adheres fully to the current edition of the Chicago Manual of Style (Author-Date).

ACS Style

Chemistry disciplines use the ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication, a style guide maintained by American Chemical Society.

Associated Press (AP) Style

AP Style is used by journalists; it is the style you'll encounter most often in the popular press.

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AAG Style

The Annals of the Association of American Geographers follows the citation rules outlined in the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS). The following style sheets, may be used as supplements to the CMS to provide guidance when formatting citations according to AAG rules. 

APSA Style

CSE Style

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