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Q. Chicago/CMOS Style

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The citation style Chicago refers to The Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS). Chicago style citations can be formatted using (i) notes and bibliographies or (ii) the author-date method (from The University of Chicago). 

ACCESS STYLE GUIDE

The Chicago Style Guide is available in print through the GVSU University Libraries: REFERENCE - Z253 .U69 2017. Simply search for “Chicago manual of style” in the FindIt! Bar or use the University Libraries catalog. You can also access the style guide online through The Chicago Manual of Style’s website.

TO LEARN MORE:    

Consider browsing this helpful handout:  

  1. The Chicago Manual of Style
  2. GVSU Library Citation Support
  3. Excelsior Writing Lab: Citation Support
  4. Purdue OWL: Chicago Manual of Style
  5. Citation-Style Citation Quick Guide
  6. The Chicago Manual of Style: Bibliographic Format for References

 

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  • Last Updated Oct 30, 2019
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  • Answered By Francesca Golus

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