Overview: Citations + References, SOAN Thesis 2016-17
Parenthetical citations in-text (author, date, pg #) +
Bibliography at end of paper (full references)
For more information about citing sources:
In-Text Citations (Basics)
Cite sources in the text of your paper as you use them.
Parenthetical citations can include: Last name of author(s) • Year of publication • Page number(s)
To cite an entire book, article or other work:
"As emphasized by Duncan (1959), this marked an important contribution..."
"...his work on the secrets of organization (Gouldner 1963) and..."
To cite a specific argument, quote, paraphrase, or section:
"...where public enterprises have received much less opposition than in the United States (Lipset 1964, pp. 61-65)."
References / Bibliography (Basics)
Include a full bibliography at the end of your thesis
Title of appendix: "References"
This appendix should include full references to your sources
List all sources alphabetically by author's last name
Stanford, Nevitt, ed. 1962. The American College. New York: Wiley.
Weber, Max. (1921) 1968. "Society's Problems." Pp. 12-16 in
Economy and Society, edited by Guenther Roth and Claus
Wittich. New York: Bedminster
Two references from the same author
Davis, K. 1963a. "Social Demography." Pp. 124-37 in The Behavioral
Sciences Today, edited by Bernard Berelson. New York: Basic.
_______. 1963b. "The Theory of Change and Response in Modern
Demographic History." Population Index 29:334-66.