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Citation Styles and Plagiarism: Chicago

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For help with Chicago style and citation formats, refer to the following. Note that some journals adhere to different editions of the Chicago Manual of Style:

Deciphering Chicago/Turabian Citations

 

 

This video addresses identifying common Chicago/Turabian citations (book, book chapter, journal article). 

 

Citation Examples Used in Video:

 

Binney, Judith. 2006. “’In-Between’ Lives: Studies From Within a Colonial Society.” In Disputed Histories: Imagining New Zealand’s Pasts, edited by Tony Ballantyne and Brian Moloughney, 93-117. Dunedin, N.Z.:Otago University Press.

 

Ford Cozens, Erin. 2014. “’With a Pretty Little Garden at the Back’: Domesticity and the Construction of ‘Civilized’ Colonial Spaces in Nineteenth-Century Aotearoa/New Zealand.” Journal of World History 25 (4): 515-34.

 

Matsuda, Matt K. 2012. Pacific Worlds: A History of Seas, Peoples, and Cultures. New York: Cambridge University Press.