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Welcome to the Film & Media Studies Research Guide!
This guide provides links to reliable information from the library and outside resources. Use the tabs above to navigate to pages on different types of materials.
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Cite Your Sources
Citing your sources is an important part of any research paper or project. In this guide you will find more information about citing in APA, MLA, Chicago, ASA, and GSA styles.