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REL / WGS 313: Marriage Across Cultures: Need Help?

Citations and Works Cited Page

Whether your paper is paraphrasing an idea contained in an article or book, or you are quoting word for word,, your paper should indicate that it is using a borrowed idea and indicate its source. There are several standards for doing so, and for creating a list of items consulted in your work on your paper.

Purdue University's Online Writing Lab has a helpful summary of principles of using major standards for citing your work.

Individualized Assistance

The Libraries' AskUs service allows you to consult individually with a research library mornings (Monday - Friday); afternoons (Sunday - Friday); and Evenings (Sunday - Thursday).

As the subject specialist for Comparative Religion, I'm also happy to respond to emails or to meet with you in my office in King Library 111. I am generally available on weekdays. While an appointment will guarantee that I will be available, you're welcome to seek walk-in assistance as long as I'm not in a meeting. So if you can find me in King Library, you can probably talk to me about a research project.