APA style is the standard citation format used in the social sciences, including most communication journals and programs. While this website will not answer all of your questions nor give you all the information needed to write a paper in APA style (After all, APA wants to sell their books.), the FAQs do provide some answers that are helpful.
While not usually used in CCI or CCII classes, this link is provided as a convenience for those who use Chicago style. This citation style is sometimes used in writing historical analysis . The basic citation of commonly used sources, such as books and journal articles, is illustrated online at this website.
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"This classic reference book is a must-have for any student and conscientious writer." (from the online description) We agree.
As the subtitle for this website says, it provides some "quick and dirty" references about to how to properly use English grammar and syntax.
The subtitle for this site promises access to "scholarly internet reseource collections" but not all sources located here will live up to the website's promise. Many are not scholarly. However, this is a searchable multidisciplinary portal to varied kinds of sources that can provide information for communication researchers.
Multiple websites that provide a wealth of information for those researchers interested in information science
Vetted for appropriateness for scholarly research by a group of California librarians, this website covers multiple areas in the social sciences, including media and film research topics.
MLA style is the standard citation format used in the humanities, especially when writing about language and literature. While this website will not answer all of your questions nor give you all the information needed to write a paper in MLA style (After all, MLA wants to sell their books.), the FAQs do provide some answers that are helpful.