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Chicago/Turabian: Journal or magazine articles

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Additional examples and explanations for book citations are found on pages 181-185 (journals) and 185-186 (magazines) in A Manual for Writers (2007).

Basic Journal Article Citation

Basic Footnote Entry

      Author's first name Author's last name, "Title of the Article," Name of
Publication volume (Year): page #. 

 

Basic Works Cited Entry

Author's last name, Author's first name. "Title of the Article." Name of
     Publication
 volume (Year): pages.

For journal articles from a database, include the stable, persistent, or permanent URL provided, as well as the accession date.

Scholarly Journal Article - Print

Footnote:

     Ned Mueller, "The Teddy Bears' Picnic: Four-Year-Old Children's Personal
Constructs in Relation to Behavioural Problems and to Teacher Global Concern," 
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 37 (1996): 383.

 

Works Cited:

Mueller, Ned. "The Teddy Bears' Picnic: Four-Year-Old Children's Personal      
     Constructs
 in Relation to Behavioural Problems and to Teacher Global
     Concern." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines
     37 (1996): 381-389. 

Scholarly Journal article from a library database

 

Footnote:

       Christopher D. Bader, "Supernatural Support Groups: Who are the UFO
Abductees and Ritual-Abuse Survivors?" Journal for the Scientific Study of
Religion 42 (2003): 671,  http://mu.opal-libraries.org/login?url
=
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db
=
a9h&AN=11280635&site=ehost-live  (accessed July 7, 2010).

 

Works Cited:

Bader, Christopher D.  "Supernatural Support Groups: Who are the UFO               
     Abductees and
 Ritual-Abuse Survivors?" Journal for the Scientific Study              
     of Religion
42 (2003): 669-678.
 http://mu.opal-libraries.org/login?url=               
     http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct
=true&db=a9h&AN
     =
11280635&site=ehost-live  (accessed July 7, 2010).

Article from a magazine - Print

Magazines are generally cited the same as journal articles. Citations from magazines for the general public, such as Scientific American, Time, Newsweek, or People, do not require volume or issue number, and the date is not placed in parenthe

Footnote:

Paul Davies, "Are ALIENS Among Us?"  Scientific American, December 2007, 62. 

 

Works Cited:

Davies, Paul.  "Are ALIENS Among Us?"  Scientific American, December 2007,
     62-69.

Magazine article from a library database

Footnote:

          Andrew Brandt, "Gummi Bears Trick a Fingerprint Scanner," PC World,
August 2004, 125.  http://mu.opal-libraries.org/login?url=
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=13646997&site
=
ehost-live (accessed July 7, 2010).

 

Works Cited:

Brandt, Andrew. "Gummi Bears Trick a Fingerprint Scanner." PC World, August
     2004, 124-125.  http://mu.opal-libraries.org/login?url=
     http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=
     a9h&AN=13646997&site=ehost-live (accessed July 7, 2010).