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American Anthropological Association 2009 Style Guide I. General Guidelines . ........................................... 1 Article Titles and Section Heads . .................... 1 Capitalization . ................................................. 1 Non-English Words and Quotations . ............. 2 Italics . ............................................................... 2 Numbers . ......................................................... 3 Punctuation . .................................................... 3 Quotations. ...................................................... 4 Running Text . .................................................. 4 Tables, Figures, and Appendixes . ................... 5 Text Citations and References Cited . ............. 5 II. Orthography . .................................................... 6 III. Reference Examples . ....................................... 7 Single-Author Book . ....................................... 7 Coauthored Book . ........................................... 7 Author, with Others . ....................................... 7 Multiple References in the Same Year . .......... 7 Work Accepted for Publication . ..................... 7 Work Submitted for Publication or Unpublished Work . ................................... 7 Materials in Archives . ...................................... 7 Chapter in Book with Editor(s) . ...................... 7 Editor as Author . ............................................. 7 Article in Journal . ............................................ 7 Article in Journal, Special or Theme Issue . .................................................. 8 Book in Series . ................................................. 8 One Volume in Multivolume Work . ............... 8 Review . ............................................................ 8 Report . ............................................................. 8 Ph.D. Dissertation or M.A. Thesis . .................. 8 Paper . ............................................................... 8 Reprint or Translation . .................................... 8 Subsequent or Revised Edition . ...................... 8 Article in Newspaper or Popular Magazine . ........................................ 9 Personal Communication . .............................. 9 Court Case . ...................................................... 9 Electronic/Online Sources . .............................. 9 Non-English Publications with Title Translation . ............................................ 9 Audiovisual Recordings and Multimedia . ........... 9 Authors of Forewords, Afterwords, or Introductions . ............................................ 9 Table of Contents Sources consulted: Te Chicago Manual of Style (15th edition, 2003); Te Handbook of Nonsexist Writing (New York: Lippin- cott and Crowell, 1980); Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (11th edition, 2006); MLA Style Manual (2nd edition, 1998); and United States Government Printing Office. Copyright ©2009 American Anthropological Association (July)
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American Anthropological Association 2009 Style Guide 1 1. Article Titles and Section Heads (a) Do not put endnote callouts on display type such as titles, section heads, or epigraphs. Place them after nearest hard punctuation or at the ends of excerpts. Never use endnotes inside excerpts or after soft punc- tuation (i.e., commas, em-dashes, in lines of poetry). (b) Do not number section heads (c) Use the following terms for each separate submission: paper = conference article = journal or newspaper chapter = book essay = essay in journal, book, etc. review = review in journal or newspaper 2. Capitalization Follow Webster’s and Chicago (a) Ethnic, Socioeconomic, and Other Groups ( Chi- cago 8.41–8.45) Capitalize these terms as noted (unless author objects): African American, Afro- American, Alaska Native, American Indian, Asian American, Canadian American, Eu- ramerican, Euro-American, Euro-Canadian, European American, European Canadian, First Nation, Hispanic, Indo-European, Jew, Latina, Mesoamerican, Native American, Pacific Islander, Australian and Canadian Aboriginal and Aborigine Lowercase these terms as noted: aboriginal (where not Australian or Canadian); black; highlander, but Highlander (where referring to Scottish); indigenous; mestizo; native (as adj. except for specific populations, such as noted above); redneck; white (b) Events ( Chicago 8.81–8.84) Capitalize historical, quasi-historical, po- litical, economic, and cultural events or plans: Battle of the Books, Boston Tea Par- ty, Cold War (20th century, USSR vs. USA), Great Depression, the Holocaust, Indus- trial Revolution
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