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Journalism and Communication: Quick Guide

Citing References - APA

APA (American Psychological Association) style is one of the common citation styles for referencing:

  • APA Style Guide from Purdue Online Writing Lab
    The resource provides the American Psychological Association (APA) citation and format style. It contains resources on in-text citation and the References page, as well as APA sample papers, slide presentations, and the APA classroom poster.
  • You may also read the Citation style recommendations / guidelines for other disciplines from the University.

Related Subjects

The following table lists the call number of books of various Journalism and Communication categories in the Library. The books are mainly housed on the third floor of the University Library (Location of Collections | the static map

Please note: the table only lists out the major scope of particular categories. Other related books and e-books subscribed by the Library need to be located via the LibrarySearch.


Major Subjects LC Class
Advertising HF5801-6182
Broadcast journalism PN4784
Broadcasting PN1990-1992.92
Communication, Mass media P87-96
Copy-reading PN4775-4784
Editorials PN4778
Intercultural communication GN345; HM1121
Internet advertising HF5415-5417.5; HF6146
Interpersonal communication HM1106-1171; HM1206
Journalism PN4699-5650
Press PN4699-4748
Propaganda HM1231
Public Relations HD59-59.6
Radio broadcasting PN1991-1991.9
Reporters and reporting PN4781-4830
Television broadcasting PN1992-1992.92

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