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Citing in APA Style
The Labour Studies Department recommends APA style:
Publication manual of the American Psychological Association. Also known as the APA Style Manual. 7th ed. 2019. Print.
An easyguide to APA style. 2014. Print.
Purdue Online Writing Lab. Open access site for learning how to cite in APA style and other styles.
Properly citing your sources is an extremely valuable and necessary skill when completing your research. See Laurentian's Citation Style Guides for quick reference guides on commonly used citation styles.
The study of labour and working people includes history, law, Canadian studies, sociology, management studies, and politics. This guide list a number of key resources that will help you to find what you need to know.
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Dictionaries and encyclopedias
Historical dictionary of organized labor. 2012. Online.
Encyclopaedia of occupational health and safety. 1983. Print. International perspectives.
Encyclopedia of U.S. labor and working-class history. 2007. Print. Useful for its coverage of issues like environmentalism, globalization and corporate anti-unionism.
International encyclopedia of revolution and protest. 2012. Online. Includes Canada.
Labour law and industrial relations in Canada. 1981. Print.
Labour and the law
Canadian guide to uniform legal citation. 8th ed. 2014. Also known as The McGill Guide.
CanLII: Canadian Legal Information Institute. Legal cases, legislation, and related commentary.
Canadian legal research and writing guide. Open access ebook.
Cardiff index to legal abbreviations. Open access international index of short forms.
Labour arbitration cases. 1948-2016. Print.
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Call Numbers for Labour Studies
The following call numbers of the Library of Congress classification schedule are the most important for materials on labour studies:
HD Industry and labour, especially HD 4800-8900 for books on labour, work, and working people
HM Sociology. History. Theory. Culture. Groups and organizations. Social psychology
HN Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform
HX Socialism, Communism, Anarchism
The Manitoulin Expositor. Microfilm from 1883 to 1982. Microfiche from 1985-2013. There are also print holdings at the University of Sudbury library from 1978-1985 and from 2004 to the present (several issues are missing).