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WRT 200 (Betz): Chicago/Turabian

Research Guide for Dr. Betz' Writing 200 class.

Introduction

Chicago is a citation style that is widely used in the humanities,arts, and history.  Turabian is a modified form of Chicago style aimed at students.  Both Chicago and Turabian include two different citation systems:  the Notes-Bibliography system (which uses endnotes or footnotes) and the Parenthetical Citation system (which uses in-text citations).

Web Resources

Help from Librarians

Both the Chicago Manual of Style and A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (the manual for Turabian style) are available at the FHG Library Reference desk and can be borrowed for use within the library. 

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