Documentation Turabian Style
UWF Writing Lab
Excerpted from Kate L. Turabian A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, Sixth Edition.
The Turabian Format for term papers uses either footnotes and a bibliography or parenthetical references with a references page.
Note: The title in a subsequent reference may be omitted if there is only one work cited by that author.
American Library Association, Young Adult Services Division, Services Statement Development Committee, Directions for Library Service to Young Adults. Chicago: American Library Association, 1978.
Franklin, John Hope. George Washington Williams: A Biography. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985.
Greenberger, Martin, Julius Aronofsky, James L. McKenney and William F. Massey, eds. Networks for Research and Education: Sharing of Computer and Information Resources Nationwide. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1974.
Jackson, Richard. “Running Down the Up-Escalator: Regional Inequality in Papua New Guinea.” Australian Geographer 14 (May 1979): 175-180.
Kernigham, Brian W., and Dennis M. Ritchie. The C Programming Language. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1978.
Longacre, Elspeth. “Blake’s Conception of the Devil.” Studies in English 90 (June 1937): 384.
The Lottery. London: J. Watts .
Plowman, Max. Introduction to the Study of Blake. London: Gollancz, 1952.
von Hallberg, Robert, ed. Canons. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984.
Weber, Bruce. “The Myth Maker: The Creative Mind of Novelist E.L. Doctorow.” New York Times Magazine, 20 October 1985, 42.
PARENTHETICAL REFERENCES AND REFERENCE LISTS
Franklin, John Hope. 1985. George Washington Williams: A biography. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Weber, Bruce. 1985 “The myth maker: The creative mind of novelist E.L. Doctorow,” New York Times Magazine, 20 October, 42.
This reference list also appears in alphabetical order.