When & How to Cite
You must document - cite - the source whenever you directly quote or paraphrase another's idea.
Directly after you quote or write about the idea, identify your source parenthetically; usually with the author's last name, the year of the work, and page number:
(Jones, 2004, p.102) .
Sociology Research Guide
Welcome to the PCC Library guide for Sociology.
This guide is intended as a starting place for researchers, pointing to tools for finding books, articles, and other related information.
Please use the tabs above to locate frequently recommended resources. If you have any questions or need additional assistance, please contact your instructor or librarian listed in the right-hand column.
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