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Chicago Style: Notes and In-Text Citations

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Citing Sources in the Text of your Paper

They found no difference in appetite between groups (8). Overall, I looked at 4 more studies. Two of them showed weight loss of a few pounds over a period of 8 weeks (9, 10), but the other two showed no effect (11, 12). So… unfortunately, the weight loss effects appear to be both weak and inconsistent.

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Citing sources based on the rules of the Chicago Manual of Style is a two-step process. The first step is to put the citation in the main text where you've included the cited material. The first step is to put the citation in the main text .

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In Chicago style, footnotes or endnotes are used to reference pieces of work in the text. To cite from a source a superscript number is placed after a quote or a paraphrase. Citation numbers should appear in sequential order.

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The Chicago style, when referring to a source of information within the text of a document, in its simplest form, gives a short citation consisting of the name of the author (or authors) and the date of publication. In Chicago style, the original source is cited and then followed by "Quoted In" and then immediately followed by the citation for the work in which the citation was found. In Chicago, the citations for both works are considered one citation and go on one line.

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How to cite sources using Chicago or Turabian styles When you only want to cite one part of a larger book. Just as each style guide has rules for creating a citation in a bibliography at the end of a text, each guide also has certain rules for citing the use of sources within the text of the essay. The following are basic guidelines for citing sources in the text of your paper when using the MLA, APA, Chicago, ASA, or Turabian style guides.