Commonly-Referenced Citation GuidelinesTopic/Citation QuestionChicago/Turabian GuidelineResourcesWhat is Turabian?Turabian is based on the Chicago Manual of style and is specifically designed for researchers and students.Chicago Style is geared towards professional writers and editors.There are two different Turabian referencing methods 1) Author-date, and 2) bibliography-notes.The author-date style uses in-text references and makes your work easier for readers to follow. A “References” list is included at the endof the paper to document only references cited within the work.The bibliography-notes style uses a “Bibliography” list at the end of the paper and should also only document references cited within the work.Both styles have different formatting when it comes to listing out the full reference. In the author – date style, the year of publication comes directly after the author’s name. In the bibliography – notes style the year of publication is found elsewhere in the reference.For more information see the latest Turabian manual: Turabian, Kate L. 2013. AManual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students & Researchers. 8thed. The University of Chicago Press.The Intelligence Studies Program uses the Turabian style when it comes to referencing – for a quick guide see abian/turabian_citationguide.htmlWhen to include references?