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Korean Studies

This guide serves as a guide to Korean Studies.

Citation Sources

Citation Machine - Interactive web tool for creating standard bibliographic and in-text citations in APA, Chicago, MLA, and Turabian style formats

DocsCite - Online tool to help put government publication citations into proper APA or MLA style format

Citation Style Guides

Style guides show how to format citations for bibliographies, footnotes, and in-text citations in a consistent format that makes it easy for the reader to locate the source. The business disciplines do not endorse a specific citation style, so if your instructor or publisher has not recommended a particular format or style, consult one of the commonly used style manuals, such as: APA, Chicago, MLA or Turabian.

  • Citing Sources: Style Manuals
    Guide to style manuals owned in print format by ASU Library and to some online sources.

  • APA Style Reference Formats
    Extensive online collection of APA citation formats for all types of print, electronic, and graphic sources.  Formats for electronic sources are based on the new 2007 APA Style Guide to Electronic References guidelines which differ from the 5th edition of the Publication Manual.

  • APA Citation and Format Style Guide
    Brief online summary of APA citation formats with link to 8-page document providing more extensive details.

  • Checksite 
    Online examples of citations in APA, MLA, or Turabian style format for books, articles, websites, etc.

  • Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide
    Online summary of Chicago style citation formats with examples.

  • MLA Citation and Format Style Guide
    Brief online summary of MLA citation formats with link to 12-page document providing more extensive details.

  • Turabian Citation and Format Style Guide
    Brief online summary of MLA citation formats with link to 12-page document providing more extensive details.

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