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Anthropology

APA Citation Style

***NOTE: Updated APA 7th edition went into effect in late 2019. 

Even if you use the citation tool within a website, e journal, or Google Scholar, you MUST double check your work through a credible source such as Excelsior OWL. You can't rely on the citation generator of Google Scholar, etc to have all of the details correct and in order.  

APA's Style Blog is also a good tool as is the Style and Grammar Guidelines.

Zotero.org

Zotero is a free, open-source citation tool that you can use after you graduate! They tend to provide good user-support through the Zotero community. Lots of how-to videos via YouTube. Their quick citation generator is a new tool, in addition to the full (free) software available to download.

www.zotero.org or for more info go here

Chicago Manual of Style

The best way to access the FREE VERSION (for Hunter students and faculty) of the Chicago Manual of Style Online is by going through Hunter's list of databases here.  If you do not go through this channel you will not be able to access the full extent of this guide. 

According to the American Anthropological Association, Chicago is the standard citation style for Anthropology.