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Slavic Languages & Literatures *: Citing and Referencing Sources

Guide to USC Libraries Resources for Research in the Field of Slavic Languages and Literatures

Guides to citating and referencing materials

Among American style guides, the MLA and the Chicago Manual of Style are commong.

The Chicago Manual of Style is available electronically to USC students and faculty.

Tips on citation guides are available through this USC Libraries libguide.

 

The NotaBene site points to some Russian standards for references and bibliographies:

  • GOST 7.0.5-2008 for bibliographic references (in footnotes)
  • GOST 7.1-2003 for the list of works cited (at the end of an article)

Natsional'nyi standart Rossiiskoi Federatsii is further elaborated here.