Turabian style uses two basic documentation systems: notes-bibliography style and author-date style. However, at Luther Rice, with few exceptions, we use the notes-bibliography style. Therefore, that is the focus of this guide.
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The Turabian Manual outlines two primary forms of citation in Chicago/Turabian. Luther Rice uses the Notes-Bibliography Style. As this is the form used at Luther Rice, this guide covers this form only.
Notes-Bibliography Style (17.1 - 17.10):
When using the bibliography style of citing your sources, insert a superscript number at the end of the sentence that you are referring to. The notes can then be arranged in numerical order at the foot of the page (Footnotes). The notes should include the complete bibliographic information when cited the first time.
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Reference list (Bibliography) example:
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