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MCOM 350: Seminar is Mass Communication (Tsai): Chicago Style

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Chicago Style

Used by many disciplines. Always use the style required by your instructor. 

The following guides provide examples of how to write citations and notes in Chicago format for specific sources including books, periodical articles, and Web pages.

Chicago Manual of Style pdf

Print this pdf version or ask for a copy at the Milne Library Research Help Desk. Written by Milne Librarians. Summary of the Chicago guidelines.

Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide

Examples of the main citation and footnote needs from the official Chicago Manual of Style website.

Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers

Kate L. Turabian's guide to the Chicago Manual of Style, available in Milne Library's Reference Collection (REF LB 2369 T8 2007).

Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition  

All-round best guide to formatting papers and citations in Chicago Manual of Style. Also includes many tutorials on how to research and write papers.