How to Cite Print Journals in Chicago Style

In our citation examples we use the following color coding:

  • Red – Author
  • Blue – Title of book/article/charter/webpage
  • Pink – Date
  • Green – Title of journal
  • Black – Volume/Issue
  • Sienna – Pages

Article

Example:

Davies, David. “From the Further Education Margins to the Higher Education Centre? Innovation in Continuing Education.” Education Training 39, no. 1 (1997): 4-13.

Footnote citation:

1. David Davies, “From the Further Education Margins to the Higher Education Centre? Innovation in Continuing Education,” Education Training 39, no. 1 (1997): 10.

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Article (no author)

Example:

“Effects Teacher Certification and Teacher Commitment on Teacher Performance.” International Journal of Scientific Research and Management 4, no. 11 (2017): 33-45.

Footnote citation:

1. “Effects Teacher Certification and Teacher Commitment on Teacher Performance,” International Journal of Scientific Research and Management 4, no. 11 (2017): 36, 38, 39.

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Newspaper article

Example:

Higgins, Marguerite. “Obesity Policy Will Benefit Trial Lawyers; Enables Fast-Food Lawsuits.” The Washington Times, December 22, 2010.

Footnote citation:

1. Marguerite Higgins, “Obesity Policy Will Benefit Trial Lawyers; Enables Fast-Food Lawsuits,” The Washington Times, December 22, 2010, 3.

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Newspaper article (no author)

Example:

“Obesity Epidemic Expected to Cut Life Expectancy, Experts Say.” Chicago Tribune, June 5, 2012.

Footnote citation:

1. “Obesity Epidemic Expected to Cut Life Expectancy, Experts say,” Chicago Tribune, June 5, 2012, 6.

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