A Concise Bibliography Guide for Turabian or Chicago Style

Citing Books

Book by one author:

Bowman, John Stewart. Treasures of Ancient Greece. New York: Crescent Books, 1986.

Book by two authors:

Lynd, Robert, and Helen Lynd. Middletown: A Study in American Culture. New York:
     Harcourt, Brace and World, 1929.

Book with an editor:

Margolis, Joseph, ed. Philosophy Looks at the Arts: Contemporary Readings in
     Aesthetics
. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1987.

Article or chapter in a collected work:

Silverberg, Susan B. "Parents' Well-Being at Their Children's Transition to Adolescence."
     In The Parental Experience in Midlife. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996.

One volume in a multivolume work:

Klapisch-Zuber, Christiane, ed. Silences of the Middle Ages. Vol. 2, A History of Women
     in the West
. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1992.

Article or Chapter originally published elsewhere:

Adamic, Louis. "Louis Adamic: New Americans." In Annals of America. Vol. 15.
     Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1968. Originally published in Harper's, (November 1934).

Reference Books:
Well-known reference books are usually cited in the notes or parenthetical references.

Note: 10. Morris Jastrow, "Nebo," in Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th ed.

Parenthetical: (Morris Jastrow, "Nebo" in Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th ed.)

If citing other reference books, treat like an article in an collected or multivolume work.

Citing Articles

Journal Article:

Basch, Norma. "Marriage, Morals, and Politics in the Election of 1828." Journal of American
     History
80 (1993): 890-917.

Magazine Article:

Golden, Frederic, and Annie Murphy Paul. "Making Over Mom and Dad." Psychology
      Today
, June 1999.

Newspaper Article:

Capista, Joe. "Fear of Social Interaction is a Common Disorder." The Times-Picayune.
      9 June 1999, E5.

Citing Electronic Sources

Basic form for citing full-text online database information:

1. Cite the article just like the examples above.
2. Add the following retrieval statement:
Available from database supplier, database name <web address>. (date retrieved).

Citing EBSCOhost products:

Cusack, Thomas R. "Partisan Politics and Fiscal Policy." Comparative Political Studies 32 (1999):
     464+. Available from EBSCOhost, Academic Search Elite <http://search.epnet.com>. (4 June
     1999).

Singelis, Theodore M., Michael H. Bond, William F. Sharkey, and Chris Siu Yiu Lai. "Unpackaging
      Culture's Influence on Self-Esteem and Embarrassability." Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
      30 (1999): 315+. Available from EBSCOhost, MasterFile Elite <http://search.epnet.com>. (10 
      May 1999).

Citing the World Wide Web:

Inaugural Address of John F. Kennedy. Washington, D.C. 20 January 1961. John F. Kennedy Library
     and Museum
<http://www.cs.umb.edu/jfklibrary> (17 October 1998).