Preparing a bibliography and style guide April 16 2018.docx

Choi mihwa 2008 contesting imaginaires in death

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Choi, Mihwa. 2008. “Contesting Imaginaires in Death Rituals during the Northern Song Dynasty.” PhD diss., University of Chicago. ProQuest (AAT 3300426). What to include Every reference cited in the manuscript must appear in this section. References not cited in the manuscript should be deleted from this section. References should be listed alphabetically and then chronologically when the same author is listed more than once.
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9 Endnotes (at the end of the chapter) Endnotes may be used to clarify certain points in the body of the text. Although there is no set limit on the number of endnotes that can appear in a manuscript, we recommend using endnotes minimally – need to know rather than nice to know . Ultimately, if the information is sufficiently important, it should appear in the body of the text rather than as an endnote. Spelling and Quotation Marks Please use US Spelling and the US system of quotation marks throughout (the US uses double quotations and places the ending quotation mark outside of the punctuation—similarly endnote numbers fall after the punctuation). Chicago 16th Edition says “ Periods and commas precede closing quotation marks, whether double or single” (p. 309). “Colons and semicolons – unlike periods and commas – follow closing quotation marks; question marks and exclamation points following closing quotation marks unless they belong within the quoted matter” (p. 310). Chicago Manual of Style , 16th edition, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010 Names Use McCune-Reischauer for names and use hyphens so: Han Sŏk-gyu, Chŏn T’ae-il Exception is for names that might be more familiar outside Korea (where the book will be sold) like Syngman Rhee, Kim Dae-jung, Park Chung-hee, Kim Il-sung, Roh Tae-woo Another exception is for the preferred names of certain directors whose works have been released outside Korea such as Lee Chang-dong, Park Chan-wook, Lee Chang-dong, Im Kwon-taek, Hur Jin-ho. Cited authors have romanizations of choice; for example, Cho Han Haejoang. Please make us aware if authors use different romanizations for their name. Some other names associated with film, music and TV dramas have their own divergent orthography, especially in English-language subtitles, so just use your common sense!!
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10 Please use Korean order of names , so: Kim Dae-jung (not Dae-jung Kim, exception is Syngman Rhee) Use McCune-Reischauer for all Korean terms with the exception of the aforementioned cases and certain more well-known place-names or names like: Seoul, Pyongyang For information about McCune-Reischauer, see: For all OTHER queries about style please refer to:
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