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Citation Styles & Tools

A brief explanation of citation fundamentals and a guide to useful resources.

What is Inclusive Citation?

"Inclusive citation" describes an approach to citing the intellectual and creative work of individuals and groups with a diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. Inclusive citation works to counteract dominant power structures that have historically privileged certain groups while disadvantaging others.

For more information, check out this guide on Inclusive Citation created by Andrea Baer.

Creative Commons License Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This resource was adapted by Andrea Baer, with use of content from USU Libraries' MMU Scholarship guide and TU Dublin Library Services' "Building Multi-Stories: A Guide to Inclusive Referencing" resource. All guides have Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial licenses. Many thanks to those guides' creators for permission to reuse their content.

Citing Multiply Marginalized and Underrepresented (MMU) Scholars (USU Libraries)