Chicago and Turabian citation styles use footnotes or endnotes for in text citations and a bibliography that lists all sources referenced in the text alphabetically by author's last name at the end of the paper/publication.
Notes are styled like running text, and generally lists the following elements, in this order:
From Section: 14.21
Bibliography entries vary from footnotes in the following ways:
Bibliography entries are the same as footnotes in the following ways:
Films & TV Shows (From Section 14.265)
1. Gravity. 2013; Burbank, CA: Warner Bros. Pictures, 2014. Blu-ray Disc
Cuarón, Alfonso, dir. Gravity. 2013; Burbank, CA: Warner Bros. Pictures, 2014. Blu-ray Disc, 1080p HD
1. The Brady Bunch. Season 3, episode 10, “Her Sister’s Shadow,” Aired November 19, 1971, on ABC, https://www.hulu.com/the-brady-bunch.
Books (From Section 14.23)
1. Meghan Daum, ed., Selfish, Shallow, and Self-Absorbed: Sixteen Writers on the Decision Not to Have Kids (New York: Picador, 2015), 32.
2. Daum, Selfish, Shallow, 17.
Daum, Meghan ed., Selfish, Shallow, and Self-Absorbed: Sixteen Writers on the Decision Not to Have Kids (New York: Picador, 2015).
1. Max Brooks, World War Z: An Oral history of the Zombie War (New York: Crown, 2006), 55.
2. Brooks, World War Z, 72.
Brooks, Max. World War Z : An Oral History of the Zombie War. New York: Crown, 2006.
Keep in mind that publications vary and will require adapting from the examples of above. When in doubt refer to the Chicago Style Manual to see if they provide examples or guidance on how to handle sources that don't fit the standard.
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