ASA style is the citation style of the American Sociological Association.
ASA style relies heavily on the Chicago Manual of Style, making that text a good complementary reference to ASA Lite.
Books (One author)
Blankenhorn, David. 2007. The Future of Marriage. New York: Encounter Books.
Books (Multiple authors)
Fiorina, Morris P., Samuel J. Abrams, and Jeremy C. Pope. 2005. Culture War? The Myth of a
Polarized America. New York: Pearson Longman.
Essay or Chapter in Book
England, Paula, Karen Christopher, and Lori L. Reid. 1999. "Gender, Race, Ethnicity, and Wages."
Pp. 139–82 in Latinas and African American Women at Work: Race, Gender, and Economic
Inequality, edited by I. Browne.New York: Russell Sage.
Journal Article (Scholarly)
Quillian, Lincoln. 2008. "Does Unconscious Racism Exist." Social Psychology Quarterly 71(1):6–11.
Journal Article (Online scholarly)
Geiger, Jeffrey. 2004. "Special Relationships: British Higher Education and the Global
Marketplace." PMLA 119(1):58-68. (Retrieved from JSTOR on February 2, 2010).
Wilson, Edward O. 1998. "Back from Chaos." Atlantic Monthly, March, pp. 41-62.
Krugman, Paul. 2008. "Crisis of Confidence." New York Times, April 14, p. A27.
Pew Research Center. 2009. Pew Internet and American Life Surveys, March 2000–December
2008. Retrieved March 12, 2009 (http://www.pewinternet.org/trends
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