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Works Cited Help
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The Chicago Manual of Style is often used in history and other humanities, and in the social sciences. There are two types of Chicago style: 1. notes and bibliography, and 2. author-date. If your instructor has asked you to use endnotes or footnotes, you will be using the notes and bibliography format. The author-date format uses parenthetical citations within the text of your paper.
Resources for Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition
Complete style guide with formatting guidelines and works cited entry formats:
You will need to determine if your textbook has one or more authors, or if it has an editor and each chapter or essay is written by a different author. If there is an editor and multiple chapter authors, use the "Work in an Anthology" format.