Turabian Style: In-Text (Parenthetical) Citations & Reference List The Turabian citation style offers two different documentation systems. Writers in the natural, physical, and social sciences commonly employ a system that links in-text author and date information with a reference list: (IT) In-Text Author & Date Information Parentheses should enclose in-text references. When page numbers are […]
Turabian Footnote/Endnote Style Table of Contents: Books E-books Journal Articles (Print) Journal Articles (Online) Magazine Articles (Print) Magazine Articles (Online) Newspaper Articles Review Articles Websites For More Help The examples in this guide are meant to introduce you to the basics of citing sources using Kate Turabian’s A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, […]
The “Turabian” (short for Kate L. Turabian’s Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations) is the student version of the Chicago rule of style. It is the recommended rule of style at EUCLID for all Major Papers, with the following exceptions: Global Health students should use the WHO style LLM students should use […]
The APA (Purdue University version) rule of style (with parenthetical citations) should be used for all EUCLID Response Papers (but not for Major Papers). When using parenthetical citations, student must always provide a page number or page range. The EUCLID Word template (with its headings) supersedes all APA considerations.
The World Health Organization (WHO) rule of style should be used for EUCLID Major Papers by Global Health / International Public Health students. The WHO rule of style is compatible with both US and UK English. The document itself uses US spelling, even through it also states: “Within WHO-HQ, British rather than American spelling is normally used. […]
The European Commission rule of style may be used for EUCLID Major Papers.
The Oxford of style may be used for EUCLID Major Papers.
The Harvard rule of style may be used for EUCLID Major Papers.