Answered By: Michael Davidson Last Updated: Nov 12, 2014 Views: 61
Yes, we certainly can. The ASA style is most often used for sociology assignments and in sociology journals, but check with your professor to be sure. It is primarily based on the Chicago Style; we have authoritative info on both.
ASA Style Information
Official ASA style guide
- ASA Style Guide (book), call number: REF HM 569 .A54 2007
ASA is based on Chicago Style
If the ASA Style Guide doesn't answer your question, you may refer to the Chicago Manual of Style
Quick tips and examples
From the ASA
- ASA's Quick Style Guide: Info on in-text citations and references list
- ASA's Quick Tipes for ASA Style: Creating citations for books, journal articles, and websites
From Purdue Univ's Online Writing Lab (OWL)
- Lamson's How to Cite page: For ASA, Chicago, and other styles
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