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Sociology Subject Guide

ASA Style Citation Resources

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Other Citation Style Resources

About Citation Styles

ASA Style is typically preferred for sociology, but check with your professor for style requirements and recommendations to be sure.

Avoiding Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the act of using another person's words or ideas without giving him/her proper credit.  It is a serious academic offense. 

The Academic Integrity page defines plagiarism in more detail and provides information about Muhlenberg's Academic Integrity Code.

Indiana University's plagiarism tutorial also offers helpful information on understanding and recognizing plagiarism, including an overview with basics and recommendations and examples.