Chicago (Notes-Bibliography System) - Articles

Examples are shown for the Notes-Bibliography system recommended for literature, history, and the arts. Bibliography items are listed alphabetically at the end of the research paper. Notes (footnotes or endnotes) citations are placed in the body of the paper.

Journal Article (One Author)

Bibliography:

Banks, William. "A Secret Meeting in Boise." Midwestern Political Review 6 (1958): 27-31.

Note:

William Banks, "A Secret Meeting in Boise," Midwestern Political Review 6 (1958): 29.


Journal Article (Two Authors)

Bibliography:

Brown, Cecelia M., and Lina Ortega. "Information-seeking Behavior of Physical Science Librarians: Research and Practice." College & Research Libraries 66 (2005): 231-247.

Note:

Cecelia M. Brown and Lina Ortega, "Information-seeking Behavior of Physical Science Librarians: Research and Practice," College & Research Libraries 66 (2005): 233.

 

Newspaper Article

Bibliography:

Zamiska, Nicholas and Nicholas Casey. "Toy Makers Face Dilemma Over Supplier." Wall Street Journal, August 17, 2007, Corporate Focus section.

Note:

Nicholas Zamiska and Nicholas Casey, "Toy Makers Face Dilemma Over Supplier," Wall Street Journal, August 17, 2007, Corporate Focus section.