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Most databases have a Cite This button (it may just look like a double quote: ") that will generate a citation for you. It's always a good idea, however, to double check the formatting. The guides below provide useful examples to follow.
Note: If your instructor requires ASA but it's not given as an option, choose APA and make minor adjustments to format in ASA style.
Links to the Formatting and Style guide for ASA (American Sociological Association) Citation, provided by the Online Writing Lab (OWL) of Purdue University, if you can use it in a paper, they can show you how to cite it.
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