Headings are important, as they help organize the contents of an article, and they allow a reader to skim the article to single out important or relevant sections of the article.  Headings must be relevant and concise. How you format a given heading will vary considerably, depending on the style you use to write your article. Common formatting styles for articles include Modern Language Association (MLA) style, American Psychological Association (APA) style, Associated Press (AP) style, and American Sociological Association (ASA) style. Knowing how to write useful headings in your chosen formatting style can help you write a better, more organized article.
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