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LING 1100: The Death of Language (Fall 2016): Citing
Sources

A research guide for Jacob Collard's LING 1100.103 class.

How to Create In-text Citations and Bibliographies

Detailed help using various citation styles is available on Duke University's Citing Sources site.

The latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style has been purchased by the library and is available online.

Information on choosing and using citation management software is available on our citation management page.

 

Why to cite: Give credit where credit is due. Cite your sources using one of the styles listed above or another style approved by the instructor. Knowingly representing the work of others as your own is plagiarism. (For details, see Recognizing and Avoiding Plagiarism).

Reference Help

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