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ChicagoScientific_Date_Citation - How to Cite Your Sources...

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How to Cite Your Sources in Chicago Style Documentation Type: Author-Date System The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th ed. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003) includes two documentation systems. The system described in this guide, the author­date system, features author­date citations inserted in the text—e.g., (Chapman 2000, 45)—and a reference list of cited works. (A guide to the other system, notes and bibliography, is also available.) For detailed information about The Chicago Manual of Style, see the complete manual shelved near the reference desk under the call number: B/H Ref Desk Z253 .U69 2003. UVM affiliates may download EndNote 9.0.1 from the CIT Web site: https:// www.uvm.edu/software/ See the table below for examples on how to document basic research materials. — Use a header like WORKS CITED or REFERENCES for the reference list. Arrange cited works in alphabetical order by author last name, then in chronological order for entries by the same author. Double­space between entries; single­space within entries. Note these features: Book titles are in italics, sentence case (first word only is upper case, e.g. Licence to thrill) . Titles of periodicals are in italics, title case (all significant words are upper case, e.g. Sight and Sound). Article titles are Roman, with no quotation marks. Order of first author’s name is inverted. DOCUMENT TYPE
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