A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers – Trade paperback
by Kate L Turabian, University of Chicago Press Staff (Revised by), Wayne C Booth (Revised by)
University of Chicago Press
As a history major, I've gone through a number of courses where the Chicago style of formatting was a necessity. The Department had some of its own resources, but nothing will top the definitive style guide by Kate Turabian. It covers everything anyone could need for a paper written in this style.
This edition is helpful for anyone doing work in the humanities. As a graduate student in history it is imperative that I am constantly aware of the changes being made to the citation style that I employ in my papers.
This text is not meant to be flipped through for reference. The type is difficult to read for that purpose. I found it hard to locate the tools I needed in writing a research paper. It is helpful to read it in its entirety.
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