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How to cite:
- journal, magazine and newspaper articles
- print and online books/book chapters
- entire websites, single web pages
- cases, laws, government documents.
- Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
One Source Quoted in Another
- Organizational author, no author, oral histories/interviews, class lectures, formatting subsequent (shortened) notes
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Find answers to commonly asked questions regarding APA, CSE, MLA, and Turabian styles.
Turabian Style, first created for students by Kate Larimore Turabian, is a simplified version of the Chicago Manual of Style.
B.D. Owens Library supports Notes-Bibliography style for Turabian, however, a short guide for Author-Date style can be found here: