The most basic entry for a journal article consists of the author name s , article title, journal name, volume number, year published, and page numbers. Last Name, First Name. Smith, John. The name should not be abbreviated and should be written exactly as it appears in the newspaper.
Titles and affiliations associated with the author should be omitted.
A suffix, such as a roman numeral or Jr. For an article written by two or more authors, list them in order as they appear in the journal. Separate author names with a comma. Smith, John, and Jane Doe.
The full article title, which is followed by a period, should be placed within quotation marks. Place the period within the quotation marks.
Although Chicago traditionally uses the headline style of capitalizing the first letter of each word in the title, sentence style is also acceptable.
In-Text and Parenthetical References - Special Cases
Be consistent in your bibliography in using either style. The article title is followed by the name of the journal, which is italicized.
Omit any introductory articles e.
A, An, The from the journal name. Journal names are usually given in full, since it is not incorrect to spell out a journal name. You can abbreviate a journal name if you wish, except if it consists of one word.
It is common to abbreviate journal names from scientific works e. Comp Tech Evol. Include the volume number after the journal name.
If an issue number is available, include it after the volume number and before the year published. Put the year of publication in parentheses. Afterwards, include a colon, the page numbers the article appears on, and a period. You may include the month or season in parentheses before the year, although it is not necessary if you include an issue number.
Conclude the citation with a period after the parentheses. For an article found in a database, cite it the same way you would an article published online: place the database URL in place of the website URL and cite the date on which you accessed the article.
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