American Sociological Review Citation Style Tutorials
Citations are an important part of doing scholarship. Citing your research places your own work in the broader context of what other scholars are doing. Citing your sources correctly helps others find and access your sources for themselves.
For sociology assignments, the American Sociological Review (ASR) style is preferred. You can find examples of it in issues of the American Sociological Review periodical; copies are on the lower level of the Library. Alternatively, the following short tutorial videos will show how to cite books, journal articles, and web resources using ASR.
If you have questions about using ASR or have comments about the tutorials, contact the sociology librarian.
Book Citations in ASR (1:21)
Journal Citations in ASR (1:41)
Web Resource Citations in ASR (1:48)