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APA Style Resources
Whether you are doing a research paper, literature review, or report, using APA style can be overwhelming. This tutorial from the American Psychological Association offer a wealth of guidance on the structure of your paper, the use of language, proper citing, and more. You'll find sample papers and more tutorials to help you along.
Basics of APA Style tutorial
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APA Style is used in the following fields: Social Sciences, Psychology, Sociology, Nursing, Criminology, Business and Economics
MLA Style is used in the following fields: Literature, Language, Cultural Studies,Literary Criticism, and English Studies