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Notes and Bibliography

Notes/bibliography is the older version of CMS.  Typically used in the disciplines of literature, history and the arts it accommadates endnotes or footnotes and a bibliography to fully document a paper.

Below are citation examples for books:

Books: One Author

Bib Entry:

Druckman, Daniel.  Doing research: methods of inquiry for conflict analysis. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2005.

Endnote/Footnote:

   [1] Daniel Druckman. Doing research: methods of inquiry for conflict analysis (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2005).

 

Books: More than One Author

Bib Entry:

Cheldelin, Sarah, Daniel Druckman, and Larissa Fast. Conflict: from analysis to intervention. New York: Continuum, 2008.

Endnote/Footnote:

   [1] Sarah Cheldelin and others. Conflict: from analysis to intervention (New York: Continuum, 2008).  

 

Books: One Editor

Bib Entry:

Sandole,  Dennis J. D., ed. Handbook of conflict analysis and resolution.  New York: Routledge, 2009.

Endnote/Footnote:

[1] Dennis J.D. Sandole, ed. Handbook of conflict analysis and resolution (New York : Routledge, 2009).

Author-Date System

The author-date system of CMS is typically used in the disciplines of physical, natural and social sciences.

Below are citation examples for books:

Books: One Author

Reference Entry:

Druckman, Daniel. 2005.  Doing research : methods of inquiry for conflict analysis. Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications.

In text citation:

(Druckman 2005) if quoting add page, ex., (Druckman 2005, 101)

 

Books: More than One Author

Reference Entry:

Cheldelin, S., D. Druckman, and L. Fast. 2008. Conflict: from analysis to intervention. New York: Continuum.

In text citation:

(Cheldelin et al. 2008) if quoting add page, ex., (Cheldelin et al. 2008, 101)

 

Books: One Editor

Reference Entry:

Sandole, Dennis J.D., eds. 2009. Handbook of conflict analysis and resolution. New York: Routledge.

In text citation:

 

(Sandole 2009) if quoting insert page at the end ex., (Sandole 2009, 101)