LaTeX/Academic Journals

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When writing an academic paper, it usually follows a specific style guide such as the Modern Language Association's MLA style or the American Psychological Association's APA style.

MLA style

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For the MLA style, there is the mla package along with the mla class.

mla package

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Documents formatted in the MLA style can be made using the mla package.

The following is an example MLA document (with blindtext):




\begin{mla}{Jane}{Doe}{Smith}{ENG 118}{2022-07-05}{My Paper}



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MLA class

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There is also an MLA class.



\title{My paper}
\author{Jane Doe}
\professor{John Smith}
\course{ENG 118}





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An example MLA document can be found in the repository under mla-example.tex

APA style

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The APA class is also available, which may be used to write papers in the APA format.



\title{My paper}
\author{Jane Doe}




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An example APA paper can be found in the package's repository under apaexample.tex