Originating from the 1951 MLA Style Sheet, the Handbook is intended for undergraduates. Its organization follows the steps one might take in writing a research paper: the research process, mechanics, format, bibliography style, documentation sources, etc. Includes examples of bibliographic citation along with sample typescript pages.
Addresses APA publications and members of graduate and undergraduate psychology departments. Other academic disciplines have adopted this manual as well.
The Chicago Manual supports two documentation styles: one for the arts and humanities and one for the social sciences. It stresses common sense and flexibility in written style and documentation.
Based on the Chicago Manual of Style, Turabian's manual is used frequently in colleges and universities.
Includes instructions and samples of forms for submitting theses and dissertations to the Graduate School at Duke University.
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