Chicago style quotation?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: greensnake913 | Category: Resume sur la guerre de troie naura pas lieu

Citation Styles: The main styles used at AU are as follows - if you need to use another style click here. Those with large research projects should strongly consider.

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    heavytiger155 17 Jan 2017 22:52

    In order to avoid plagerism or copywrite infringement, you have to tell people where you got the info you re using either in an essay or some other document. Different referencing styles include: MLA, APA, and Chicago style. Basically MLA is for English majors, APA is what the Sciences use and Chicago is one that I never really hear about very often. What writers mean is that they are most familiar with a format of citing sources ( both parenthetically and in reference page) and that if they have to use some other style, then it s more difficult. As an English major I use MLA so if I suddenly had to use APA or Chicago I d have to go buy a book and look stuff up. Hope this helps. Just use easybib.com. They automatically do it for you.

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    greenbutterfly874 18 Jan 2017 03:35

    According to Keys for Writers: A brief handbook it states, "A bibliographical listing is not always necessary with endnotes and footnotes. Check whether your instructor wants you to include a list of words cited or a bibliography of works consulted in addition to notes" (Raimes, 145). Blessings

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    brownswan760 18 Jan 2017 02:41

    Hello, Chicago Turabion Style citations are actually pretty easy once you have a certain template for the type of media you are citing. I have found some helpful resources that will demonstrate the proper way to cite books, articles, essays, and websites using this style. First is the Turabian Citation Guide: http://www.press.uchicago.edu/books/turabian/turabian_citationguide.html This guide is a quick guide pulled from Kate Turabian s "Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations". This guide gives you examples of how to cite many different mediums, such as books, articles and websites. It also demonstrates the proper way to cite within a bibliography and footnotes. The second source is the Purdue OWL: Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition. This website is similar to the one above, but all of the special mediums are listed on the left hand side so you you don t have to scroll down until you find the website section. You can just click on the link on the left! This next resource is a really good one for getting you started on your citations. EasyBib allows you to enter a website, book, or article and it will cite it for you. Do not assume all the information is correct and check the accuracy of the citation with the two sources mentioned above. If you are looking for a print source that will be helpful, look for Mary Rampolla s "A Pocket Guide to Writing in History". While history may not be your subject, this book is an excellent source for Chicago-Turabian style citations! Best, Connor Library Science Graduate Student University of Maryland, College Park

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    organicrabbit394 18 Jan 2017 09:21