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Q. How do I cite using Chicago style?

Answered By: Pollak Library
Last Updated: Dec 11, 2017     Views: 549

The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed., is the authority used by writers in many disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. Copies are available at the Reference Desk for in-library use (REF DESK  Z253 .U69).

1. Additional resource:

Official guide: Chicago has provided New Questions and Answers, which provides answers to real questions users have asked. However, the print Chicago Manual of Style is the only authoritative source of citation rules. Copies are kept at the Reference Desk for in-library use.

2. Further unofficial resources:

The printed version of Hacker's Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age (2002) is available at the Reference Desk. (Ref Desk LB2369 .H2778 2002)

Online! Citation Styles: Using Chicago Style to Cite and Document Sources (Harnack & Kleppinger)
Columbia Guide to Online Style provides in Chapter 2 extensive examples of citing electronic sources in scientific style (MLA & Chicago) and is available at the Reference Desk (Ref Desk PN171.F56 W35 1998).

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