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Communication Studies: Public Relations

Citation Generators

Many databases will create a citation for you.  Click on an article title, then look for a link or icon that says "Citation Tools" or "Cite".  You can cut and paste the citation to include in your list of references.

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If you're using a book or website, or you find an article that's not in a database,  these websites will automatically create citations for your sources, but you may need to enter some information manually, and ALWAYS  make sure to double-check the results.

Websites for Writing & Citing Help

Using MS Word Templates

Where to Find Articles

Search these databases to find articles related to public relations:

Citation and Style Books

Evaluating Sources

When evaluating sources, consider the following:

  • Who are the Authors
  • Objectivity and Purpose
  • Content and Accuracy
  • Currency
  • Coverage
See this handout for more information.

Fact Checking Websites

check your facts

Public Relations Review

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