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IME 553 - Production Systems

Citing sources in the Chicago Style

The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition, 2010 includes two forms of citation:  one for footnotes, which are included in the body of the text of a paper that you write, and one for a complete bibliography of all of the sources you cite, which is included at the end of your paper.  Though very similar to each other, the two forms do have slight differences.  This guide offers examples of both forms as applied to both scholarly, peer-reviewed articles, and articles in trade journals.

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