The most frequently used citation styles are listed below. If no guide is listed for your discipline, check with your instructor to see which style you should use. Whatever style you choose, be sure to use it consistently within a document - do not mix styles within one document.
For a general discussion of citation styles, see:
APA style is used in the social sciences and business.
A basic characteristic of scholarly work is citing the sources used, referred to, or borrowed from. It is academic dishonesty to use ideas from (even if you put them in different words), paraphrase, or quote from someone else's work without acknowledging the source.
If you use someone else's work - their words, ideas, art work, music, web pages, software, or some other expression - you must acknowledge the author or creator. Failure to do so is an unethical practice called plagiarism. Stetson has an official policy regarding plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty on the University's Honor System page.
For more information on academic honesty and plagiarism, go to any of the following sites: