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GOV253: Culture & Diplomacy in Asia: Citing & Evaluating Sources

Spring 2020, D. Yasutomo

When to Cite

The Jacobson Center for Writing, Teaching and Learning offers individual help with writing and also this useful guide:

   Writing Papers: A Handbook for Students at Smith College, 5th edition, 2016
   https://www.smith.edu/jacobsoncenter/writing/writing_papers.pdf
   Read "How to Acknowledge" starting on page 57 (pg. 67 of 96 in pdf file).

Evaluating Sources

Useful guides from trusted libraries:

Citing Sources

Citing Sources (Duke University Library) Guides for Turabian, Chicago Manual of Style, MLA, and APA. Includes information on when to cite and avoiding plagiarism.

Up-to-date style guides are available in Young Library's Reference section. If you need more help, make an appointment with a reference librarian or Ask Us, or use Smith's Citation Guides & Style Manuals help pages, or try online software - RefWorks (Smith subscription) or ZOTERO (open-source).

Citation Formats for Bibliographies & References

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