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Mining References - Social Sciences: Turabian Style References

What am I Looking At?

 

I found a relevant reference - now what is it, and how do I find it? 

This page has:

  • The basic format and specific examples of references for a journal article, book, book chapter, or newspaper or magazine article,
  • Links to steps re: how to find the article or book/chapter, and
  • Links to print or online versions of the specific citation style guides.

Turabian Style - Journal Article

BASIC FORMAT

Author Last Name, First Name, and additional authors First Name Last Name. Publication year. Article title. Journal Title Volume Number, no. Issue Number (Month): Article first page number - last page number.

EXAMPLE

Levin, Shana, Pamela L. Taylor, and Elena Caudle. 2007. Interethnic and interracial dating in college: A longitudinal study. Journal of Social & Personal Relationships 24, no. 3 (June): 323–341.

How do I get the article?

Turabian Style - Book

BASIC FORMAT

Author Last Name, First Name, and additional authors First Name Last Name. Publication year. Title of book. Publisher location: Publisher.

EXAMPLE - EDITED VOLUME

Smith, Earl, and Angela Hattery, eds. 2009. Interracial relationships in the 21st century. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

EXAMPLE - SINGLE-AUTHORED BOOK

Folan, Karyn Langhorne. 2010. Don’t bring home a white boy: And other notions that keep black women from dating out. New York: Gallery Books.

How do I get the book?

Turabian Style - Book Chapter

BASIC FORMAT

Author Last Name, First Name, and additional authors First Name Last Name. Publication year. Chapter title. In Title of book, ed. Editors First Name Last Name, Chapter page numbers. Publisher location: Publisher.

EXAMPLE

Steinbugler, Amy C. 2009. Hiding in plain sight: Why queer interraciality is unrecognizable to strangers and sociologists. In Interracial relationships in the 21st century, ed. Earl Smith and Angela Hattery, 89–114. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

How do I get the book chapter?

Turabian Style - Newspaper or Magazine Article

BASIC FORMAT

Author Last Name, First Name, and additional authors First Name Last Name. Publication year. Article title. Title of Newspaper/Magazine, Publication month and day.

EXAMPLE - MAGAZINE or NEWSPAPER

Henderson, Shirley. 2007. Is LOVE becoming COLOR BLIND?” Ebony, March.

Kristof, Nicholas D. 2002. “Love and Race.” New York Times, December 6.

Turabian Style Guide

A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers. 8th ed. (Turabian Style)
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Turabian Style - ONLINE GUIDE