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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.
Use this guide to research for classes and subjects in Middle East Studies. Since this subject often overlaps with Religion, History, and Political Science, you may want to consult those subject guides or other guides relevant to your topic.
- Under the Getting Started tab you will find reference resources to give you background on a subject before delving deeper into books and articles.
- Under the Books tabs, you will find several ways to find books at our library and at other libraries, including lists of titles to consult for reference on a topic.
- Under the Articles tab, you will find links to databases that will help you find articles.
- By selecting Primary Sources you will find items that will help you understand how to find and use primary sources in your research.
- The information on the websites page will help evaluate sources you find on the web and suggest reputabel websites.
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