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Academic Integrity: Chicago Manual of Style

This LibGuide provides basic information about Academic Integrity. It includes: tips on avoiding plagiarism and guidelines for citing sources.

Overview

Content adapted from LbGuide created at Loyola Marymount University/William H. Hannon Library


The Chicago Style supports two citation systems: the Notes and Bibliography system and the Author-Date system.

The Notes and Bibliography style is traditionally favored by the disciplines in the Humanities. Bibliographic citations are provided in notes (footnotes or endnotes) and usually supplemented by a bibliography.

The Author-Date style is recommended for the social, natural, and physical sciences. Sources are cited using parenthetical in-text citation and full details are provided in a reference or works cited list.


**Click on the links above for examples of how to cite in these different systems

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