These websites offer examples of the most frequently cited types of materials, such as journal articles, books, and online resources.
The full texts of the MLA, APA, Chicago, Turabian, and other style manuals are available in paper in Langson Library.
Researching topics in Linguistics
Linguistics and language research at UCI is often based in other departments, such as sociology (sociolinguistics, ethnolinguistics, language maintenance, etc.), women's studies (gendered language, gender differences in language use, etc.), education (bilingual classrooms/instruction, teaching languages, etc.), and psychology (neurolinguistics, word-processing, code-switching, language acquisition, etc.). There are UCI Subject Guides for each of these that provide dozens of resources not listed in this guide.
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