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Chinese Politics and Government (PS1332) - Oakland Campus: Citing

This guide will help students in Dr. Landry's undergraduate seminar GOVERNMENT & POLITICS OF CHINA (PS1332), with particular emphasis on English resources in social, political, and economic development in various provinces of China.

Citing Sources Using a Citation Manager

Keep track of all of your reference lists and bibliographies. Pitt's library resources work with tools such as Mendeley and EndNote, and allow you to import citations from sources like PITTCat+ and article databases. 

Citing Sources

Listed below are links to three major citation styles that will aid you in citing sources.

Putting it all together

Organizing your research and putting your ideas down on paper can be difficult.  You can get writing help at the Writing Center.

Ask-A-Librarian

If you have questions or need more information, please contact 

Tianni Wang (tiw32@pitt.edu 412-748-7781), or

Haihui Zhang (haihuiz@pitt.edu 412-624-5652).  

You may also contact one of our professional librarians instantly with Ask-A-Librarian Chat.

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