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ANT102H5 Introduction to Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology

This guide helps ANT102 students define and find scholarly books, journal articles and information in citing using the Chicago style

Citing

Prof. Barac would prefer that you use the Chicago Author-Date format. Here is the link he recommends (AAA style is based on Author-Date Chicago):

The following link shows more examples. Be sure to click on the Author-Date tab:

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    "Before you plunge into research or writing, think through the specific topic you are dealing with. Remember, you are not being asked just to collect facts, but to develop and display your powers of reasoning." Margaret Procter, UofT Writing.

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    RefWorks allows you to download, save and manage citations you find in a variety of databases and in the library catalogue. With refWorks, you can easily format bibliographies as well.

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    A comprehensive online manual with answers for all questions on importing and formatting references.  When working with databases like ATLA or BAS, you may have to work with import/export filters. Please carefully read the Importing References tab of the guide.