A. One Author or EditorB. Two or Three Authors or EditorsC. More than Three Authors or EditorsD. Chapter or Article in a Multi-Author BookE. Chapter or Article in a Multi-Volume WorkF. Organization as AuthorG. No AuthorH. E-BookI. Reference BookJ. Edition Other than the First
A. Basic Journal ArticleB. Journal Article from an Online PeriodicalC. Journal Article from DatabaseD. Magazine ArticleE. Magazine Article from an Online MagazineF. Newspaper ArticleG. Newspaper Article from an Online Newspaper
A. Basic Web PageB. No Author
A. Motion Picture (Video Recording)B. Online Multimedia
A. Image from an Electronic SourceB. Published Photograph
A. Interviews and Personal CommunicationsB. LectureC. Pamphlets, Brochures, and ReportsD. Scriptural ReferencesE. Secondary Sources
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About Chicago style

The Chicago Manual of Style is often used to document sources for papers in the humanities (e.g. history, fine arts, and political science). 

The purpose of documentation is to:

  • Identify (cite) other people’s ideas and information used within your essay or term paper.
  • Indicate the authors or sources of these in a Bibliography at the end of your paper.

The Chicago Manual of Style (16th ed.) recognizes two basic styles of citation. This guide is intended as a guideline for the Notes and Bibliography system only.

Be sure to check with your instructor to find out which citation style you should use for an assignment.

Attribution

This guide was compiled by Red Deer College Library and has been modified with permission by Gina Seymour.

 

Getting Started!

The following sections provide you with information and examples that will help you to cite the sources that you come across during your research.

General Guidelines

Books

Articles

Websites

Audiovisual Media

Images & Art

Other...

The examples in this guide cover frequently used citation forms only. For more detailed information refer to The Chicago Manual of Style (16th ed.) available in the Library, ask your instructor, or Mrs. Seymour.

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