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Latin American & Caribbean Studies Subject Guide — Citation Styles Resources

Information on finding and searching for books, journals and other resources for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Citation Tools

Because Latin American and Caribbean Studies is a multidisciplinary field, depending on your topic you may have to use different citation styles. In this page, a list of resources on how to use the most common citation styles in the humanities and social sciences (APA, Chicago, MLA)

A guide to some commonly used citation styles (APA, Chicago, ASA, MLA) and tools to create bibliographies and manage your citations.

Plagarism-What is it and how to avoid it?

What is Plagiarism? The OWL Purdue site define plagiarism as an action that occurs when "a writer deliberately uses someone else’s language, ideas, or other original (not common-knowledge) material without acknowledg­ing its source." Check the resources in this page to learn how to avoid committing plagiarism by accident.