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G480 Turabian Quick Guide See directly below for how to do Citations and References Following that is an overview of Turabian format In the class I prefer you use Turabian Author/Date format for DBs and the research papers. Notes version is acceptable (not that practical in DBs) SAMPLE DB POST DB Posts use author date and reference as well. For example. At least ONE citation per Reply -there should be multiple (2-4) for Initial posts. Siddiqui was educated at Brandeis University (Guardian, 2009). She was indicted for attempted murder (DoJ, 2008) References Walsh, Declan. 2009. The Mystery of Dr Aifa Siddiqui. The Guardian. Accessed January 1, 2018. Department of Justice. 2008. Aafia Siddiqui Indicted for Attempting to Kill United States Nationals in Afghanistan and Six Additional Charges. Accessed January 2, 2018. Citations in author date format Book by one author (Doniger 1999, 65; Turabian 2018, 225). • Book by two authors (Cowlishaw and Dunbar 2000, 104-7; Turabian 2018, 225). • Book by three authors (Owenby, Outback, and Dunn 2017, 11-12; Turabian 2018, 226). 11 • Book by four or more authors (Laumann et al. 1994, 262; Orphen et al. 2018, 9-11; Turabian 2018, 226). Note that your bibliography entry must name all authors for resources with three to ten authors, but resources with more than ten authors just list the first seven and add et al. • Editor, translator, or compiler instead of author (Lattimore 1951, 91-92; Turabian 2018, ,239). • Editor, translator, or compiler in addition to author (Bonnefoy 1995, 22; Turabian 2018, 239). 2 • Chapter or other part of a book (Wiese 2006, 106-7; Turabian 2018, 226, 250-51). • Article or chapter in an edited book (Bulgakov 1998, 65; Turabian 2018, 251-52).
• Preface, foreword, introduction, or similar part of a book (Rieger 1982, xx-xxi; Turabian 2018). • Works in anthologies (Allende 1997, 463-64 Turabian 2018, 252). • Book published electronically (Kurland and Lerner 1987, chap. 3; Turabian 2018, 253). • Kindle or e-reader book with no page numbers (Earley 2013, loc 105; Turabian 2018, 253). • Article in a journal (Smith 1998, 639; Turabian 2018, 254-55).3 • Popular magazine article (Martin 2002, 84; Turabian 2018, 258-59). • Newspaper article (Niederkorn 2002, B-12; Turabian 2018, 259). • Website/document in an on-line source (Deane 1775; Turabian 2018, 261). • Personal communications (Turabian 2018, 265-66). • Thesis or dissertation (Amundin 1991, 22-29; Turabian 2018, 266). • Paper presented at a meeting or conference (unpublished; Doyle 2002; Turabian 2018, 266-67). 4 • Letter in a print collection (Whitefield 1740; Turabian 2018, 267). • Reference works; omitted from reference list (Peloubet’s Bible Dictionary, 6th ed., s.v. “Romans, Epistle to the” [accessed February 28, 2018, ]). See Turabian 2018, 271-72. When citing one source quoted in anot References Allende, Isabel. 1997. “The Spirits Were Willing.” In The Oxford Book of Latin American Essays , edited by Ilan Stavans, 461-67. New York: Oxford University Press. -#1 Amundin, M. 1991. “Click Repetition Rate Patterns in Communicative Sounds from the Harbour Porpoise, Phocoena phocoena .” PhD diss., Stockholm University. -#2 Bonnefoy, Yves. 1995. New and Selected Poems. Edited by John Naughton and Anthony

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