Intro to Religious Studies- LaFountain

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  • Quick Citing Tips

    • The Bible does not need to be cited, unless your professor tells you to do so.
    • Sucessive footnotes from the same source are cited as Ibid, pg#. in italics after the first full footnote. (This has changed in the 9th edition. Ask your professor which version you should be using.)

    Turabian Citation Examples

    Book (one author)

    Bibliography:

    Wurman, Richard Saul. Information Anxiety 2. 
    	Indianapolis, IN: QUE, 2001.

    Footnote:

    	Richard Saul Wurman, Information Anxiety 2  
    (Indianapolis, IN: QUE, 2001), 71.
    

    In-Text:

    (Wurman 2001, 71)
    

    Book (two to three authors)

    Bibliography:

    Strunk, William, and E. B. White. The Elements of Style. 
    	New York: Macmillan, 1972.

    Footnote:

    	William Strunk and E. B. White, The Elements of Style 
    (New York: Macmillan, 1972), 27.
    

    In-Text:

    (Strunk and White 1972, 27)
    

    Journal Article

    Bibliography

    Davis, Philip. "The Effect of the Web on Undergraduate Citation Behavior: 
    	A 2000 Update." College & Research Libraries 63 
    	(January 2002): 53-60.

    Footnote:

    	Philip Davis, "The Effect of the Web on Undergraduate Citation 
    Behavior: A 2000 Update," College & Research Libraries 63 (January 2002): 
    57.
    

    In-Text:

    (Davis 2002, 57)
    

    Magazine Article

    Bibliography:

    Chelminski, Rudy. "Unearthing Athens' Underworld." Smithsonian 
    	33, no. 8 (November 2002): 120-125.

    Footnote:

    	Rudy Chelminski, "Unearthing Athens' Underworld,"  Smithsonian 
    33, no. 8 (November 2002): 122.
    

    In-Text:

    (Chelminski 2002, 122)

    Full-Text Electronic Article

    Bibliography:

    Nussbaum, Bruce. "Maya Lin's World." Business Week, 
    	18 December 2000. Available from Academic Search 
    	Premier, Item 3848251. Http://www.lib.ohio-state.edu/
    	/redirect.php?dbn=268. Accessed 13 July, 2002.

    Footnote:

    	Bruce Nussbaum, "Maya Lin's World." Business Week, 
    18 December 2000. Database on-line. Available from Academic Search 
    Premier, Item 3848251. /redirect.php?dbn=268. 
    Accessed 13 July, 2002.	
    

    In-Text:

    (Nussbaum, 2002)