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  • Citing Sources within Your Document
    Document The CMS Author Date in text citation system follows a parenthetical format rather than the superscripted numbers found in the CMS Notes system Much like the APA it emphasizes authors and dates of publication both of which are important benchmarks denoting relevancy and validity in the social and the natural sciences In some cases chapters paragraphs and page numbers are required Regardless of contents the parenthetic citation should immediately

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  • CMS In-Text Formatting Rules
    Style Author Date System CMS In Text Formatting Rules CMS Author Date in text formatting rules are as follows A space not a comma should separate the author s name and the year of publication Page numbers are included only when part of a source or a direct quotation is cited Abbreviations p or pp are not required Footnotes and endnotes are used only when there is a need to

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  • Citing Sources at the End of Your Document
    System Citing Sources at the End of Your Document The end documentation in the CMS Author Date system is the References List page It is located at the end of a document or book and contains all the bibliographic information needed to find out more about cited source material This list is a selective bibliography and does not include a full accounting of sources related to or consulted before you

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  • CMS Reference List Formatting Rules
    Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Citation Guide Chicago Manual of Style Author Date System CMS Reference List Formatting Rules CMS References List formatting rules call for the end documentation to begin on a new page at the end of your document and be numbered accordingly If your document is 6 pages long the Notes page should begin on page 8 Note Unless informed otherwise you can count on your instructor not counting the References List page in the total page count of an eight page assignment The page itself should be formatted in the following way The title References List should be centered one inch from the top of the page This may also be called a Literature Cited or Works Cited page Double space between the title and first entry all subsequent entries should be single spaced Arrange entries alphabetically according to author last names first Individual entries should be formatted in the following way The first line of each entry should be flush left while any subsequent lines are indented five spaces The date of publication follows directly after the author s name First names are often though not always abbreviated Use the down or sentence style

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  • CMS Directory of Reference List Formatting Rules
    Personal Communications Electronic Sources Internet Sources Audio and Video Recordings Legal Materials Publications of Congress Presidential Documents Government Documents and Publications Examples of How to Arrange Reference List Entries Additional CMS Author Date Resources Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Citation Guide Chicago Manual of Style Author Date System CMS Directory of Reference List Formatting Rules Books and Book Parts Journals Magazines and Newspapers Dissertations and Theses

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  • Examples of How to Arrange Reference List Entries
    use the first word of its title excluding definite or indefinite articles which may be transposed to the end of the title When the author s name is known but does not appear on the title page place it before the title as you would normally but in brackets When the author s name is uncertain indicate so with a question mark inside the brackets Example Parsons Elsie Clews 1923 1969 Folk lore of the Sea Islands South Carolina Reprint Chicago Afro Am Press Passing Race A 1929 Canadian Magazine Peterkin Julia 1927 Black April Indianapolis Bobbs Merrill Co Joe Schmoe Passing Race A 1929 Canadian Magazine 2 Author of One Work is First Co Author of Another Note Single author works always precede co authored works Shor Ira 1986 Culture wars School and society in the conservative restoration 1969 1982 Boston Routledge and K Paul Shor Ira and Paul Friere 1987 A pedagogy of liberation Dialogues on transforming education New York Bergin and Garvey 3 Multiple Works by Same Author Using three em Dashes The three em dash serves the same purpose as ditto marks When an author appears consecutively associated with different titles a three em dash may

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  • Additional CMS Author/Date Resources
    Style Author Date System Additional CMS Author Date Resources Printed Resources University of Chicago Press The Chicago Manual of Style The Essential Guide for Writers Editors and Publishers 14th ed Chicago University of Chicago Press 1993 University of Chicago Press The Chicago Manual of Style The Essential Guide for Writers Editors and Publishers 15th ed Chicago University of Chicago Press 2003 Turabian K A Manual for Writers of Term Papers

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  • Citing Sources within Your Document (Using In-Text Numbering)
    Contributors Citation Citation Guide Chicago Manual of Style Notes System Citing Sources within Your Document Using In Text Numbering The CMS Notes in text citation system is simple It relies on numbers Unlike the MLA and the APA no parenthetical information is required All that s needed is a superscripted number a raised numeral located at the end of a clause or sentence identifying the content as outside source material

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