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GSWS 215: Gender & Popular Culture

This course examines how women are represented in a variety of genres in popular culture (for example, television, advertising, music, fiction, film and the Internet). Students will engage in an analysis of the historical, social and cultural contexts.

APA & MLA Citation

Publication manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed.

Consult the print version of the APA style manual in your campus library's Reference Collection for more in-depth information:
BF 76.7 .P83 2009

 

Other Online APA Sources

OC's APA Citation Style Guide & Handout

APA Style Home Page

Learning APA Style from APA (includes FAQs and a Free Tutorial on the Basics of APA Style)

APA Citation Guide & Many Examples - High Point University Libraries
APA Style Guide from Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)
APA Style: The Social Sciences from Research & Documentation Online

APA Tutorials (online)

  • APA Tutorial: Test Your Knowledge - Interactive APA Tutorial from the University of Southern Mississippi 
  • APA Tutorials - From the American Psychological Association. Information and tutorials for beginners to those wanting to see what has recently been updated.

APA Citation Style

The APA manual is the official style guides published by the American Psychological Association. Copies of the manual are available in the Library and the Bookstore. APA is the reference system for psychology, business, and health disciplines.

In-text Citation (Generic Example)

Reference List Citation (Generic Example)

(Author(s), date) Surname, first initial. (date). Title. Source Title. Publication specific details.

Have you seen the online APA Citation tutorial?

 

OC Library APA Style Guide

APA Guide to Electronic References

  • Short guide to APA citation
  • Common examples & basic citation rules
  • Follows 2009 APA Publication Manual, 6th ed., 2nd printing
PDF version
  • Guide to citing electronic resources in APA. 
  • Available for personal use, not to be distributed.
PDF version
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APA uses an author-date citation format (ie. Smith, 2010)

Regardless of the resource you are citing, you will likely need an author, date, title, source, and specific format information (such as a volume number, page numbers, a URL, publisher, etc.).

The information required for your citation will depend on what you are citing (book, journal article, report, etc.) and the format (print, online).

MLA Handbook, 8th ed.

The print version of the style manual can be found in your campus library's Reference Collection:
LB 2369 .G53 2016

 

Other Online MLA Sources

MLA Style Works Cited: A Quick Guide from MLA​

MLA Style Home Page

MLA Style Guide and Examples from Purdue University Online Writing Lan (OWL)
MLA Citation Style QuickGuide from University of Alberta's Augustana Campus Library

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