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American Sociological Association Style Guide

American Sociological Association (ASA) Style Guide

Blog: Individual Author

(ASA Style Guide 2014 section 5.3.5 p. 85, and appendix p. 118)

In-Text

Model

(Author Last name Year of publication)

Example

(Kaufman 2016)

Reference

Model

Author Last name, First name. Year of publication. "Title of Entry." Name Blog. Retrieved Month date, year (URL).

Example

Kaufman, Peter. 2016. "Us vs. Them: The Dangerous Discourse of Difference." Everyday Sociology. Retrieved June 28, 2017 (http://www.everydaysociologyblog.com/2016/08/us-vs-them-the-dangerous-discourse-of-difference.html).

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Blog: Association Author

(ASA Style Guide 2014 section 5.3.5 p. 85, and appendix p. 118)

In-Text

Model

(Author1 Last name and Author2 Last name Year of publication)

Example

(Rivera and Tilcsik 2017)

Reference

Model

Author1 Last name, First name, and Author2 First name Last name. Year of publication. "Title of Entry." Association Name. Name Blog. Retrieved Month date, year (URL).

Example

Rivera, Lauren A., and Andras Tilcsik. 2017. "Class Advantage, Commitment Penalty: The Gendered Effect of Social Class Signals in an Elite Labor Market." American Sociological Association. Inequalities and Stratification. Retrieved June 28, 2017 (http://www.asanet.org/news-events/asa-news/class-advantage-commitment-penalty-gendered-effect-social-class-signals-elite-labor-market).

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