Multcolib Research Picks: Writing style guides
Annotation:Turabian style, based on Chicago style, guides undergraduate and graduate student writing, but perhaps more for coursework than for publication.
Annotation:APA style is often used by students and researchers in the social and behavioral sciences, particularly above the undergraduate level and for published work.
Annotation:What legal writers need to know, including mechanics, word choice, structure, and rhetoric, as well as all the special conventions that legal writers should follow.
Annotation:Discusses the basis of forms and systems of legal citation, then illustrates the rules of The Bluebook and the ALWD Citation Manual for citing cases, statutes, and all other major legal sources.
Annotation:A style guide for writing for the web, from general writing advice to tips for optimizing your site for search engines.
Annotation:This book focuses on citations, including many citation styles for specific professions.
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This list contains authoritative resources for writing style and citation, both for academic and professional writing. - Phoebe W.