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GOV247: International Relations in Africa: Cite Sources

Spring 2020, A. Mwaba

Citation Management Software

Students may choose to work with RefWorks, Zotero, or other citation programs, to organize sources and create a bibliography. Use Meet with Us for help getting started.

Help Citing Sources

APSA Style Manual
Help with References starts on page 42 of the PDF format.

See the libraries Citation Guides & Style Manuals page for links and help with citation management on the web.

Where to find the DOI

  • Usually located on the first page of an electronic journal article, near the copyright notice or near the author's address.
  • May also be found in the Full Record Display of an article in a database, with the field labeled DOI.
  • Use this format for DOI in your references: doi:xxxxxxxxxxx

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