In the Notes and Bibliography system, add a numbered footnote at the bottom of the page to cite another source in-text. Then, include the complete citation information in a bibliography at the end of your paper.
1. First and Last Name(s) of Authors, Title of the Source, and other publication details like the publisher, journal information, date, page numbers, etc.
In the notes, elements of a reference are separated by a comma. A book publisher and/or year are included in parenthesis ( ).
2. Last Name, Shortened Title, page number(s).
When you are citing the same source immediately after another note, the title may be omitted. The most recent edition of the CMOS discourages the use of the abbreviation ibid. in such cases.
Last Name, First Name and First Name Last Name. "Title of an Article." Title of the Source and other publication details like the publisher, journal information, date, page numbers, etc.
In the bibliography at the end of your paper, elements of a reference are separated by a period. Include a comma before the year.
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See 14.168-87 in the CMOS for further examples.
See 14.100-163 in the CMOS for further examples.
See 14.205-10 in the CMOS for further examples.
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