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How to CIte HRAF

HRAF Microfiche:
When using HRAF microfiche, cite your information as if you found it directly in the original source(s), i.e. a journal or an edited book volume, HRAF need not be mentioned. If you use the HRAF sources heavily for a publication, this should be mentioned in an apporpriate note. For translated sources, include the translation information (i.e. "Translated for the Human Relations Area Files by A. R. Smith 1985").


     Citing HRAF in MLA Style:
    
Levy, Marion Joseph. The Family Revolution in Modern China. Cambridge:
          Harvard University Press, 1949.


     Citing HRAF in APA Style:
    
Asboe, W. (1936). "Sacrifices in Western Tibet." Man 36, 74-75.



Citing eHRAF (web-based):
When using the web-based eHRAF, again cite your information as if you found it directly in the original source(s), i.e. a journal or an edited book volume, and then add "as seen in the eHRAF Collection of Ethnography on the Web, (Date of Access: month/day/year)."


     Citing eHRAF in MLA Style:
    
Hewitt, J. N. B. "The Iroquoian Concept of the Soul." Journal of American
          Folklore
8.28 (1895): 107-116. As seen in the eHRAF Collection of
          Ethnography on the Web, (August 1, 2001).


     Citing eHRAF in APA Style:
    
Irwin, G. J. (1983). Chieftainship, Kula and trade in Massim prehistory. In
          J.W. Leach (Ed.), The Kula: New Perspectives on Massim Exchange (pp. 29-
          72). Cambridge, U.K. Cambridge University Press. As seen in the eHRAF 
          Collection of Ethnography on the Web, (August 1, 2001).


Other Information Sources: 

Guide to Citing Electronic Resources (IUB Library Research Collections) 

Citing Electronic Sources (Library of Congress)

Citing the Resources on the Web (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)

Introduction to Basic Legal Citation by Peter W. Martin (Cornell Law School)

List of Citation Guides for Electronic Documents (International Federation of Library Association)





Bibliography:


The Chicago Manual of Style: for Authors, Editors, and Copywriters. 14th ed. Chicago: University of Chicago
         Press, 1993.
[Z253.U69 1993 Research Collections, Reference]


Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 4th ed. New York: Modern Language
         Association, 1995.
[LB2369.G53 1995 Government Publications, Reserve; Research Collections, Reference or Undergraduate Core Collection]


American Psycological Association. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.) .
         Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 1994.
[BF76.7 .P83 2001nbsp;Research Collections, Reference; Undergraduate Services Reference or Government Publications, Reference]


Turabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations. 6th ed. Chicago: University
         of Chicago Press, 1996.
[LB2369.T8 1996 Government Publications, Reserve or Research Collections, Reference]


 

 

last updated: 4/15/2010