The appendix also includes a description on preparing and submitting files, both electronically and as hard copies. If you already know which system to use, follow one of the links above to see sample citations for a variety of common sources.
All note entries are marked with "N". The shortened form includes: The note numbers, either footnotes or endnotes, should always directly follow the passage to which it refers. Check with the instructor who assigned your paper to determine whether you need to use notes or whether you can cite sources parenthetically in the body of your paper with a reference list at the end.
This system is very flexible and can easily accommodate a wide variety of sources.
Examples of Note Entries: This includes providing "practical advice" to formulate "the right questions, read critically, and build arguments" as well as helping authors draft and revise a paper.
A footnote must begin at the bottom of the page on which it is referenced, although it may extend to the bottom of the following page if the note is long See Turabian, sample If the reference has already been cited, but not in the reference immediately preceding, then there are two options: Know the difference between primary and secondary sources, and try to use as many primary sources as possible.
The pages of your paper should be numbered, including the bibliography pages. All numbers in bold font should be typed as superscript Book: For more examples, see pages in Turabian.
On the formatting and style, however, the manual notes that it "may be supplemented—or even overruled—by the conventions of specific disciplines or the preferences of particular institutions, departments or instructors.
Check with your professor to see whether endnotes or footnotes should be used. University of Chicago Press, Paper Format and Submission[ edit ] The appendix provides specific requirements on the formatting of research papers as well as theses and dissertations.
Aside from the way they cite sources in the text, the two styles are very similar.
The first page of the text should be numbered at the bottom center of the page and subsequent pages in the upper right-hand corner. Remember that periodicals can be divided into at least three categories -- newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals.
DO USE the superscript key for inserting your footnote numbers into the text. A complete citation such as the following for a book -- author, title, place of publication, publisher, date of publication, and page sas outlined in Turabian, should be used for the first citation of each individual source.
Each citation in the text matches up with an entry in a reference list, where full bibliographic information is provided. For a more detailed description of the styles and many more examples, see chapters 16 and 17 of the 9th edition of the Turabian manual for notes style and chapters 18 and 19 for author-date style.
General formatting requirements include recommendations on paper and margin sizes, options as to the choice of typeface, the spacing and indentation of text, pagination, and the use of titles.
The first time a work is mentioned in a note, the entry should include: Most bibliography entries are arranged in alphabetical order. Style[ edit ] Part 3 of the manual "addresses matters of spelling, punctuation, abbreviation, and treatment of numbers, names, special terms, and titles of works.
These two systems are also sometimes referred to as Chicago-style citations, because they are the same as the ones presented in The Chicago Manual of Style.A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations is a style guide for writing and formatting research papers, theses, and dissertations and is published by the University of Chicago Press.
The work is often referred to as "Turabian" (after the work's original author, Kate L. Turabian) or by the shortened title, A Manual for Writers. Guide to Turabian's A Manual for Writers (printable version here)Format of the Paper: 1. Use Kate Turabian's A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (15th edition) for unanswered questions.
2. Check with your professor to see whether endnotes or footnotes should be used. General Turabian Formatting The sciences (social, natural, or physical sciences) most often use this style of Turabian. We have a sample paper in. Chicago/Turabian Documentation Style.
The Chicago or Turabian style, sometimes called documentary note or humanities style, places bibliographic citations at the bottom of a page or at the end of a paper.
Chicago-Turabian Style Center for WRITING EXCELLENCE David MacMillan III Dr. Robert T. Koch Jr. July INTRODUCTION TO CHICAGO STYLE The central focus in writing a research paper in Chicago style is.
At the heart of Turabian is the idea that, no matter the format, the foundations of good research remain the same: to do it carefully, present it clearly and accurately, and follow academic standards for citation, style, and format.Download