Turabian presents two basic systems of documentation: Notes-Bibliography style (or simply bibliography style) and Author-Date style (or reference list style).
These styles are basically the same as in the Chicago style.
Kate Turabian (1893-1987) was the dissertation secretary of the University of Chicago's graduate school and every accepted dissertation crossed her desk.
This pamphlet eventually became the book, Welcome to the Turabian/Chicago citation style reseach guide.
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Notes should be arranged in numerical order either at the foot of each page (footnotes) or at the end of the paper as a whole (endnotes).
A footnote must begin at the bottom of the page on which it is referenced, although it may extend to the bottom of the following page if the note is long (See Turabian, sample 14.43).5.
The first time a work is mentioned in a note, the entry should include: the author's full name, the title of the work, the specific reference (i.e.
In that case, the author's name and a short title must be used.
The first full citation should be followed by a sentence where you explain how you will short title it (e.g. The pages of your paper should be numbered, including the bibliography pages.