Oxford HUMSOC style guides

Oxford HUMSOC (Oxford University Press HUMSOC) style guides

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Here are some examples of the Oxford HUMSOC style:

Book: Malam, J. (2003). Mummies, p. 64 pages. London: Kingfisher.
Journal: Caspi, A., & Moffitt, T. (1991). Individual differences are accentuated during periods of social change: the sample case of girls at puberty. Journal of personality and social psychology, 61/1: 157.
Website: Indianapolis Museum of Art,. (2012). CRANACH DIGITAL ARCHIVE. Lucascranach.org. Retrieved June 5, 2014, from <http://www.lucascranach.org/object.php?&obj=US_IMA_2000-344_FR218&uid=793&page=1&fol=01_Overall&img=US_IMA_2000-344_FR218_2006_Overall.tif#>
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