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Turabian style includes two options for citing sources: the notes-bibliography style and the author-date style. The Turabian guide represented on our Website covers the notes-bibliography style for writers who are using endnotes or footnotes as a means of giving attribution to their sources. Citing source in Turabian format usually vary form websites, books, journal articles to tweets or peace of any kind of art.
The primary function of a footnote or endnote is to inform the reader of the specific place within a work where a writer has cited text or extracted ideas from an outside source. Footnotes allow a person to read a paper without having to go to the end of the paper to locate the bibliographic citations for the materials the author refers to on the page. Endnotes are compiled together at the end of the paper before the bibliography. The footnote/endnote is designated with a number, inserted within the text after the punctuation, which corresponds to a number at the bottom of the page or at the end of the paper. The footnote/endnote is indented five spaces and contains the citation of the source including page numbers. Footnotes are not specific features of Turabian citation style, it inherent to Chicago citation style and ASA citation style as well.
In case if the book was written by more then on author, in required field “Author” first and last names are obliged for all the Authors, more over the word “and” should be added before the last one author.