Source (APA):RAND State Statistics. (1969, December 31). . https://randstatestats.org/us/stats/statsus/popdemo/popestUSdetsort.php Set APA as default format"." RAND State Statistics. Last modified December 31, 1969. https://randstatestats.org/us/stats/statsus/popdemo/popestUSdetsort.php. Set Chicago as default format"." RAND State Statistics, 31 Dec 1969, https://randstatestats.org/us/stats/statsus/popdemo/popestUSdetsort.php. Set MLA as default format. RAND State Statistics. Updated December 31, 1969. Accessed December 2, 2022. https://randstatestats.org/us/stats/statsus/popdemo/popestUSdetsort.php Set AMA as default format
Format or style, from the American Psychological Association, is commonly used for footnotes in behavioral and social science publications. APA citation is an author-year-system. It is one of the most common styles used and taught at colleges and high schools.
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Format or style (also known as Turabian), created by the University of Chicago, is commonly used for footnotes in history, business, and fine arts and occasionally in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences. The Chicago style has two systems of citation. The author-date system (most common in social sciences and sciences) cites sources parenthetically in the text.
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Modern Language Association (MLA) format or style is most commonly used for footnotes in the language arts, cultural studies, liberal arts, and humanities. MLA uses short parenthetical citations within the text that are linked to an alphabetical list of work cited at the end of the document. MLA commonly cites using this format: author's last name, first name, title, publication, edition or chapter, and year.
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American Medical Association (AMA) format or style is most commonly used for footnotes in medicine, biomedical research, nursing, dentistry, and other life sciences. AMA uses numerical superscript for citing sources in-text and refers to a list at the end of the work. These references appear in sequential order of when the sources were cited, instead of alphabetical order.
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