Chicago referencing Watch
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Your best bet would be to touch down with your course tutor for specific advice on referencing. I don't know Chicago referencing personally, but, if nobody here replies to you, hopefully you can speak to them and be sorted. If not, Google may hold the answers.
Sorry for a vague answer!
'When writing a reference list in the Chicago style:
- Sort the list alphabetically by author’s surname.
- Include all citations in one list (not divided up into books, articles, websites, etc.)
- Start the reference list on a new page. Use “Reference list” or “Literature list” as the heading.
- If there are 4 authors or more, only write the first author’s surname along with “et al.” when referencing in-text (e.g. Cheng et al.). In the literature list, include all authors.
- Use italics for
- Titles of journals and volumes
- Book titles
- With secondary references, include both sources in the reference list'