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The Chicago Manual of Style Writing Style. Footnotes and Endnotes. Place notes in numerical order at the foot of the page (footnotes) below a separator or on a separate page at the end of the paper (endnotes.) Notes may be single-spaced. Reference Citations.

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footnotes and endnotes
Footnotes and Endnotes
  • Place notes in numerical order at the foot of the page (footnotes) below a separator or on a separate page at the end of the paper (endnotes.)
  • Notes may be single-spaced.
reference citations
Reference Citations
  • One Author: in first, full reference – follow the sequence, skip to the next item if information not applicable (8.24).
    • Norman Taylor, The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost, (New York: University Press, 1999), 89-90.
  • Two or three authors (8.31)
    • Full name of all authors in normal order.
    • Andrew Duggan, Spenser Weinstein, and Edith Brown
reference citations cont
Reference Citations, cont.
  • Three or more authors
    • Cite only the author given first on the title page and follow it with ,et al or and others.
    • Please note in the bibliography ALL authors are named.

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Reference Citations, cont.
  • Book with editor or translator
    • Norman Taylor, The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost, ed. Erica Friedman (New York: University Press, 1999), 89-90.
  • Book with editor, no author (11.11)
    • Erica Friedman, ed., The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost (New York: University Press, 1999), 89-90.
reference citations cont2
Reference Citations, cont.
  • Book with editions
    • Norman Taylor, The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost, 2d ed., vol. 2 (New York: University Press, 1999), 89-90.
  • Work within an anthology
    • Norman Taylor, “The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost,” in World War I: Essays on Twentieth-Century Warfare, ed. Erica Friedman (New York: University Press, 1999), 89-90.
reference citations cont3
Reference Citations, cont.
  • Public documents
  • Give as much information as possible.
    • Be consistent.
    • Citations to Congressional hearings and reports must contain number, session, date of the Congress; title and number of document and relevant volume and page numbers where document is located.
    • Remaining information depends on the type of document.
public document citation cont
Public Document Citation, cont.
  • FOOTNOTE:
    • House Committee on Defense, Subcommittee on the Environment, Global Nuclear Technology, report prepared by Xavier Wilkins and Christian Tatsch, 92nd Cong., 1st sess., 1974, Committee Print 12, 2.
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Defense. Subcommittee on the Environment. Global Nuclear Technology. Report prepared by Xavier Wilkins and Christian Tatsch. 92nd Cong., 1st sess., 1974. Committee Print 12.

electronic source citations
Electronic source Citations
  • Citations of electronic documents follow the general form as citations of printed material.
  • Include entire URL address.
  • Do not add date accessed unless the material is time-sensitive.

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electronic source citations1
Electronic Source Citations
  • Books online (17.142 Chicago Manual of Style)
    • Norman Taylor, The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost (New York: University Press, 1999), http://www.warnews.utexas.edu/users/bb/web-pubs/htmlbooks99.

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electronic source citations2
Electronic Source Citations
  • Subsequent Citations (8.84-8.96)
    • When references to the same work immediately follow one another, use ibid. in the footnote.
    • Ibid. is not italicized or underlined.
    • When references to the same work do not immediately follow one another, two methods are acceptable in Chicago style citation.

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subsequent electronic book citation
Subsequent Electronic Book Citation
  • Method A
    • Author’s last name
    • Book, chapter, or article title (sometimes shortened)
    • Specific page reference
  • Taylor, The Story of Europe, 119.
    • Method A must be used if two or more works by the same author are cited
  • Method B
    • Author’s last name
    • Specific page reference
  • Ingalls, 342.

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periodicals 8 97 8 111
Periodicals (8.97-8.111)
  • First, full reference (8.99)
  • JOURNAL
    • Perry Shaker, “Voting Rights Revisited,” Political Perspectives, no.52 (June 2000): 14.
  • NEWSPAPER
    • Teresa Martinez, “Flooding Destroys Neighborhood,” New York Times, 7 April 2001, sec. 1A, p. 1.
  • MAGAZINE
    • Matthew Collins, “Charleston’s Surprising Cultural Mecca,” Newsweek, 12 May 2003, 67.

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periodicals online
Periodicals online
  • Since page numbers are often unavailable, add a locator of some sort such as a subheading or paragraph number, if possible.
  • Add date accessed to time-sensitive matter.
  • JOURNAL
    • Perry Shaker, “Voting Rights Revisited,” Political Perspectives, no. 52 (June 2000), under “1990 Statistics,” http://wwwjournals.politics.edu/issue52/june2000/.
  • NEWSPAPER
    • Teresa Martinez, “Flooding Destroys Neighborhood,” New York Times, 7 April 2001, http://nytimes.com/2001/04/07/city/75MCCA.html (accessed March 18, 2005).
  • MAGAZINE
    • Matthew Collins, Charleston’s Surprising Cultural Mecca,” Newsweek, May 12, 2003, http://www.newsweek.com/culture/nation/article/099870655html.

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Periodicals online
  • Subsequent References
    • JOURNAL
      • Shaker, “Voting Rights,” 15.
    • NEWSPAPER
      • Martinez, “Flooding,” sec. 1A, p.5.
    • MAGAZINE
      • Collins, “Cultural Mecca,” 68.

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bibliography works cited
Bibliography / Works Cited
  • Center title, either “Bibliography” or “Works Cited” at top of page.
  • Alphabetize by author or editor’s last name.
  • If there is no author, use title to determine proper alphabetical order.
  • Single-space within an entry; double-space between.
  • Use hanging indent (indent second and subsequent lines within an entry.)

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Bibliography / Works Cited
  • Book (11.3-11.31)
    • One author
      • Taylor, Norman. The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost. New York: University Press, 1999.
    • Two or more authors—name ALL authors
      • Taylor, Norman, Spenser Weinstein, Edith Brown, and LaNelle Martin. The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost.

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bibliography works cited2
Bibliography / Works Cited
  • Book with editor or translator (11.12)

Taylor, Norman. The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost. Translated by Erica Friedman. New York: University Press, 1999.

  • Book with editor, no author (11.11)

Friedman, Erica, ed. The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost. New York: University Press, 1999.

  • Book with editions (11.18)

Taylor, Norman. The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost. 2d ed. New York: University Press, 1999.

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bibliography works cited3
Bibliography / Works Cited
  • Work within an anthology

Taylor, Norman. “The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost.” In Essays on Twentieth-Century Warfare, ed. Erica Friedman, 87-94. New York: University Press, 1999.

  • Book online

Taylor, Norman. The Story of the Great War: Why Germany Lost. New York: University Press, 1999. http://www.warnews.utexas.edu/users/bb/web-pubs/htmlbooks.99.

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bibliography works cited4
Periodicals

JOURNAL

Shaker, Perry. “Voting Rights Revisited.” Political Perspectives, no. 52 (June 2000): 12-17.

JOURNAL ONLINE

Shaker, Perry. “Voting Rights Revisited.” Political Perspectives, no. 52 (June 2000): 12-17. http://wwwjournals.politics.edu/issue52/june2000/.

NEWSPAPER

Martinez, Teresa. “Flooding Destroys Neighborhood.” New York Times, April 7, 2001, sec. 1A, p.1 and 7.

Bibliography / Works Cited

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Unsigned articles

New York Times, “Flooding Destroys Neighborhood,” April 7, 2001, sec. 1A, p. 1 and 7.

NEWSPAPER ONLINE

Martinez, Teresa. “Flooding Destroys Neighborhood.” New York Times, April 7, 2001, sec. 1A, p.1 and 7. http://nytimes.com/2001/04/07/city/75MCCA.html (accessed March 18, 2005).

MAGAZINE

Collins, Matthew. “Charleston’s Surprising Cultural Mecca.” Newsweek, 12 May 2003, 67-70.

MAGAZINE ONLINE

Collins, Matthew. “Charleston’s Surprising Cultural Mecca.” Newsweek, 12 May 2003, 67-70. http://newsweek.com/culture/nation/article/099870655html.

Bibliography / Works Cited

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Bibliography / Works Cited
  • NEWS AND JOURNAL ELECTRONIC DATABASES (17.359 CM)
    • Follow recommendations for journals, magazines and newspapers.
    • Provide the URL of the main entrance to the service.
    • Provide stable URL to article, if it is present.
    • If required, add date accessed in parentheses.

Shaker, Perry. “Voting Rights Revisited.” Political Perspectives, no. 52 (June 2000): 13-16. http://www.jstor.org/.

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plagiarism
Plagiarism
  • According to the sixth edition of A Manual for Writers, “By definition, a research paper involves the assimilation of prior knowledge and entails the responsibility to give proper acknowledgement whenever one is indebted to another for words or ideas…Failure to give credit is plagiarism.”

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