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APA Style Guide
From Purdue's OWL (online writing lab). The full APA guide not available online but this site answers basic questions.
Scholarly Resources about Hip Hop
These links are to Scholarly Institutions that have Hip Hop collections and information about Hip Hop
Cornell University Hip Hop Collection
Homepage of The Cornell Hip Hop collection at Cornell University. Cornell defines it as "a research archive of original artifacts, images, and sound recordings documenting the birth and spread of Hip Hop culture. The mission of the Collection is to collect and make accessible the historical documents of Hip Hop culture and to ensure their preservation for current and future generations. The Collection currently features more than 15,000 items and is growing."
Harvard University Hip Hop Archive
Website of the Hip Hop Archive at Harvard University. Click on the Scholarship link for an ever growing bibliography of over 5,800 titles.
Columbia College-Chicago Rap and Hip Hop Resources
This extensive guide to Hip Hop resources was compiled by Andrew Leach, the Librarian and Archivist at the Center for Black Music Research at Columbia College.