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HIS 119 - Modern Latin America: Thesis Statements & Bibliographies

Use this guide for suggested resources for the Modern Latin America Thesis and Bibliography assignment.

What is a Thesis Statement?

If your assignment requirements allow you to do so, it may be a good idea to complete preliminary research before you develop a thesis statement.  Preliminary research will indicate if there are resources available to support your thesis statement.

Browse the links below to learn about thesis statements.

What if the difference between a Bibliography and a Works Cited page?

A Bibliography is an alphabetical list of sources that you consulted when you wrote your term project, essay, research paper, or assignment.  The sources that you consulted may have expanded your knowledge of the topic, but you may not have used them beyond that.

In contrast, a Works Cited page is an alphabetical list of sources that you cited, (quoted, summarized, or paraphrased), when you wrote your term project, essay, research paper, or assignment.

The Bibliography page is headed Bibliography and is usually longer; the Works Cited page is headed Works Cited, but the citation formats and page setups are the same.

See the sample Works Cited page belowClick on the Citing Sources tab for help formatting your citations.