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URBS 3995: Urban Studies Senior Seminar In New York City Field Research (Miranda)

Prof. Chandler Miranda, Spring 2020

Literature reviews

The literature review is an important but often challenging part of your research paper. The introductory sections of  scholarly journal articles usually include a literature review; you can look to them as examples/inspiration. Here are some other resources that might help.

How to cite your sources

Many urban studies journals use the Chicago Manual of Style author-date style.

  • The Quick Guide will help get you started with basic publication types.
  • You can find the full-text of the style guide in print or online.

Here are some other citation resources:

Writing and research methods