What is an APSA citation generator and how can it help you?
Getting citations and reference lists correctly done can be very confusing and time-consuming.
The APSA Style Manual, in most instances, follows guidelines from the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th edition. While the Chicago style comes in two variations, notes and bibliography and author-date, APSA journals employ the author-date style.
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If you need to know more about APSA citations check out our How do I cite in APSA style? section.