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Chicago Style Citation

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Transcript of Chicago Style Citation

an overview
Chicago Style Citation
To give credit
To back-up your facts and show credibility
To help readers pursue further research
Why cite sources?
What is Chicago Style Citation?
The first time you reference a source, you will need to use a full citation.



For each subsequent reference, you may use a short note or Ibid. (Ibid. is only used when you have 2 consecutive notes from the same source)
How do I use footnotes or endnotes?
Most history and humanity courses use this style of citation.
Chicago uses superscript notation to indicate footnotes or endnotes with corresponding numbers.
Elements of a footnote/endnote:
(book)
Full Note:









Short Note:
4. Burchard, One Gallant Rush, 31.
If you include a bibliography, The Chicago Manual of Style suggests that you shorten all notes, including the first reference. However, check with your instructor!
Elements of a bibliographic entry:
(book)
Entries are usually arranged alphabetically by the author's last name.
http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/resdoc5e/RES5e_ch10_s1-0001.html#RES5e_ch10_p0006
Samples from Bedford/St. Martin's
Direct quotations
Summarizing another's thoughts or words
Paraphrasing
Facts, Information, & Data
In order to provide additional or supplementary information
When do I cite?
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