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CMS: CHICAGO MANUEL OF STYLE CITATION GUIDE

Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition -- Detailed guide from the OWL at Purdue

 

CITATION: A (VERY) BRIEF INTRODUCTION

 

PLAGIARISM IS...

Using someone else's work
Copying someone else's words without citing them
Paraphrasing someone else’s words or ideas without citing them
Using your own paper or assignment for more than one class

Consequences can range from failing a paper to suspension from school (see Cabrillo College Academic Integrity Policy)

 

 

CHICAGO: SAMPLE PAPER

  


 

CHICAGO STYLE CITATION: FOOTNOTES & BIBLIOGRAPHIES

Papers using Chicago citation must include:

  1. notes within the text of your essay.  These can be footnotes or endnotes.  Footnotes appear at the bottom of the page; endnotes appear at the end of the essay
  2. a bibliography at the end of the essay listing all of your sources

Notes:  Footnotes and Endnotes

Use the tool bar in Word to insert footnotes or endnotes

 

The first time you cite a source, include the full citation information

1. Peter Burchard, One Gallant Rush: Robert Gould Shaw and His Brave Black Regiment (New York: St. Martin’s, 1965), 85.

For subsequent references include the author’s last name, a short form of the title, and the page or pages cited

 

4. Burchard, One Gallant Rush, 31.

For detailed information about creating notes for different kinds of sources, see the OWL's Chicago Manuel of Style 16th Edition

 

Bibliography

Your bibliography should list all the works you have cited in your notes.

For detailed information about creating bibliographies, see OWL's Chicago Manuel of Style 16th Edition

  


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