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Chicago/Turabian

Overview of using Chicago/Turabian to format citations.

Basic Footnote Styles

Book, one author

Author's first and last name, Title of the Book (Location: Publisher,

Year), Page number.

 

 Michael Davis, Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street (New York: 
   
Viking, 2008),
 43.

 

Book, multiple authors

 Dorothy Hoobler and Thomas Hoobler, The Crimes of Paris: A 

 True Story of Murder, Theft, and Detection
 
(New York: Little, 
 
 2009), 104.

 

 Edited book

 Shirley R. Steiberg and Joe L. Kincheloe, eds., 

 
Christotainment: Selling Jesus through Popular Culture

 
(Boulder: Westview, 2009), 98.

Electronic Book

Vincent Sherry,  The Great War and the Language of Modernism (New York: Oxford

University Press
, 2003)  http://rave.ohiolink.edu/ebook/ebc/9780195178180 

(accessed June 9, 2009). 

 

chapter or essay in a collection basic entry

Author First Last, "Title of Chapter or Essay," in Title of Book or Anthology, ed. 

Name of editor of book cited. (Location: Publisher, Date), Page numbers of cited essay.

 

chapter in an edited book

Jeffrey Dueck"Religious Pluralism and the Super Best Friends," in
South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today, ed.
 
Robert Ar  (Malden: Blackwell, 2007), 224-235.

 

Basic Journal Article Citation

Basic Footnote Entry

Author's first name Author's last name, "Title of the Article," Name of Publication volume

       (Year): page #. 

 

Basic Bibliography Entry

Author's last name, Author's first name. "Title of the Article." Name of Publication volume

       (Year): pages.

For journal articles from a database, include the stable, persistent, or permanent URL provided, as well as the accession date.

 

Scholarly Journal Article - Print

Footnote:

    Ned Mueller, "The Teddy Bears' Picnic: Four-Year-Old Children's Personal Constructs in Relation

to Behavioural Problems and to Teacher Global Concern,"  Journal of Child Psychology and

Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 37 (1996): 383.

 

Bibliography:

Mueller, Ned. "The Teddy Bears' Picnic: Four-Year-Old Children's Personal Constructs in Relation to

       Behavioural Problems and to Teacher Global Concern."  Journal of Child Psychology and

       Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 37 (1996): 381-389.