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Chicago Citation Style Guide

A quick guide to Chicago-style citations

Magazine Article - Online Source

Note-Bibliography

Note:

Footnote #. First-name Last-name, “Title of Article,” Title of Magazine, Month Day, Year, url (accessed Month Day, Year)

Example:

     17. Theodore William Allen, “Be Fair: Reverse Discrimination,” Z Magazine, January 24, 2001, http://www.zmag.org/zmag/articles/june95allen.htm (accessed June 2, 2012)

Short Note:

Footnote #. Last-name, “Shortened Title.”

Example:

18. Allen, “Be Fair.”

Bibliography Entry:

Last-name, First-name. “Title of Article.” Title of Magazine. Month Day, Year.

Example:

Allen, Theodore William. “Be Fair: Reverse Discrimination.” Z Magazine. January 24, 2001,
     http://www.zmag.org/zmag/articles/june95allen.htm (accessed June 2, 2012)

Author-Date

See: "Newspapers From Online Sources"

Magazine Article - Print

Note-Bibliography

Note

Footnote #. First-name Last-name, “Title of Article,” Title of Magazine, Month Day, Year, Pages.

Example:

9. Gregg Thumm, “New DVD Players for 2005,” Electronics Weekly, December 25, 2004, 29-31.

Short Note

Footnote #. Last-name, “Shortened Title,” Page #.

Example:

10. Thumm, “New DVD Players,” 30.

Bibliography Entry:

Last-name, First-name. “Title of Article.” Title of Magazine. Month Day, Year, Pages.

Example:

Thumm, Gregg. “New DVD Players for 2005.” Electronics Weekly. December 25, 2004, 29-31.

Author-Date

See: "Newspapers From Online Sources"