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Turabian Citation Style Guide 9th Edition: F. Newspaper Article

About Citing Books

For each type of source in this guide, the general form and specific examples will be provided for the Notes-Bibliography style options of Turabian.

This information and several of the examples were drawn from A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (9th Edition). Numbers in parentheses refer to specific pages in the manual.

For further information, please ask your instructor or refer to the Turabian manual.

Newspaper Article

For newspaper articles, follow the basic citation pattern used for citing magazine articles. For Notes-Biblography style, newspaper articles are usually only cited in the notes and only included in the bibliography list if it is critical to your argument and/or frequently cited in your paper. Omit page numbers and try to clarify which edition you used (i.e. final edition, Wyoming edition, etc) (17.4).
 

General Format

 
Footnote: 
 
Superscript Note Number Author First Name/Initial Last Name, "Title of Article: Subtitle of Article,"NewspaperTitle, Date of Publication.
     
Bibliographic Entry (necessary if citation is critical to your argument or frequently cited in your paper):
 
Author Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article: Subtitle of Article." NewspaperTitle, Date of Publication.   
 
 

Examples

 
Footnote:
 
5 Rob Pegoraro, "Apple's iPhone Is Sleek, Smart and Simple," Washington Post, July 5, 2007, LexisNexis Academic.

 

Bibliographic Entry (if necessary):
 
Pegoraro, Rob. "Apple's iPhone Is Sleek, Smart and Simple." Washington Post, July 5, 2007. LexisNexis Academic.  
 
 
Note: The newspaper cited above was found using a library database called LexisNexis Academic. The name of the database is used instead of a url. If the newspaper is in print, there is no need for either a database or a url.
    

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