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Citation Styles

A citation style distinguishes a writer’s choice to give credit to the author of certain work used to support their work. In every research paper, the writer has to acknowledge the source of their research content. It is a good way of avoiding plagiarism. The common components of a citation are name of the author, date of publication, location, journal title, Volume and Issue number, pages, and the digital Object Identifier.

The choice of the Citation Style depends on the academic field. The common styles are APA, Turabian, Havard, MLA, Chicago, and AMA.

APA- American Psychological Association (Mostly used in Education, Psychology, and Sciences)

MLA- Modern Language Association (Used in Humanities)

Chicago and Turabian styles are mostly used in Business, History, and Arts.

AMA- American Medical Association (Mostly for Health Sciences)