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Over time, hundreds of organizations have developed their own distinct style guides for published work. Some style guides are specific to certain disciplines, while others are adopted for broader use. These style guides provide guidelines for citations and bibliography formats, as well as more general writing issues like punctuation, margins and much more.
Below is a list of the style guides used most frequently.
Not sure which style to use?
If you are unsure which bibliographic style to use, refer to the Area of Study to determine which one is right for you.