Citations provide information about a resource, which allows researchers to find the original material if they choose to access it. There are many different citation styles which reflect different interests and preferences of disciplines and often publications. If you are unsure which citation style to use, it is best to ask the person you are writing for, such as a professor or journal editor.
For examples of Chicago Manual of Style citations, visit the Chicago Manual of Style Online website, view the Quick Guide or check out the Manual from the library.
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