APSA style guides

APSA (American Political Science Association) style guides

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Here are some examples of the APSA style:

Book: Nye, Joseph S. 2004. Soft Power. New York: Public Affairs.
Journal: Demirtas, Selda Celen, and Esin Tezer. 2012. 'Romantic Relationship Satisfaction, Commitment To Career Choices And Subjective Well-Being'. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 46: 2542--2549.
Website: romkyns, StackExchange User:, and Byron Schmuland. 2011. 'Example Of A Stochastic Process Which Does Not Have The Markov Property - Mathematics Stack Exchange'. Math.stackexchange.com. http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/89394/example-of-a-stochastic-process-which-does-not-have-the-markov-property (14 June 2014).
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