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Citing Sources: Chicago/Turabian

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Turabian Style

"Kate L. Turabian's Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations presents two basic documentation systems: notes-bibliography style (or simply bibliography style) and author-date style (sometimes called reference list style)." The notes-bibliography style (NB) is used by the ORU Graduate School of Theology and Ministry, with the exception of graduate counseling that uses APA style.

opens new windowTurabian Citation Quick Guide green star by the University of Chicago Press. Click "Go to Notes and Bibliography Style." Includes sample citations and examples.

ORU Graduate Theology - Research & Writing Manual

View the online Graduate School of Theology and Ministry opens new windowResearch and Writing Manual 2019. See "Footnote and Bibliographic Examples" section (p. 83- in manual) or "Electronic Documents" (p. 91- in manual)

A copy of the Research & Writing Manual is also available on Reserve for check out at the One-Stop Library Services Desk, LRC 4th floor.

Chicago Manual of Style