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How to Cite Journal Articles in the Chicago Notes-Biblio Style

After you finish your research for your Chicago 17 notes-biblio style school paper, you will notice you have several research journal articles as sources. Journal articles are great for finding current information. The best journal articles to use for your research are those published through a double-blind peer reviewed process.

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Open Access Journals

Open Access journals provide free access to journals published internationally on many subjects. The Directory of Open Access Journals supplies free access to over 10,000 journals from 130 countries. This is an excellent resource for any high school or college student looking for information on subjects from oceanography to social justice. Elsevier provides free downloads to open access journal articles through Science Direct.

Your college may offer free access to several databases, such as ProQuest or JSTOR. If you don’t have access through your school, ask the reference librarian at your local library to help you.

Traditionally, scholarly journals were published in print format, which are accessible in public, academic or law libraries. With the advent of online sources, you may find journal articles online or both in print and on the web.

Print Journal Article Entries

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Creating bibliography entries for scholarly journal articles in Chicago style citation is simple. Make sure to include the page range of the article you are using for your source. The title of the article is placed with quotes, and the title of the journal is italicized.

Format:

Author’s Last Name, Author’s First Name. “Title of Article: Subtitle of Article.” Title of Journal Volume Number, Issue Number (Date of Publication): YY-YY.

For multiple authors, follow the same format as books. The first author’s name is listed in last name, first name format and the following authors are listed as first name last name.

Note: YY-YY refers to the page range.

 

Example:

Xue Shiqi. “Chinese Lexicography Past and Present.” Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America 4 (1982): 151-169.

Online Journal Articles

If you find an online journal article, use the same format as above, but add the website link to the end of the entry.

Format:

Author’s Last Name, Author’s First Name. “Title of Article: Subtitle of Article.” Title of Journal Volume Number, Issue Number (Date of Publication): YY-YY. URL.

Example:

Xue Shiqi. “Chinese Lexicography Past and Present.” Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America 4 (1982): 151-169. https://muse.jhu.edu/.

Note: In Chicago notes-bibliography style, add the DOI link before the number. For example, the DOI may be 10.1086/685998. In this case, add https://doi.org/ to create the full link https://doi.org/10.1086/685998.

 

Chicago Style Research Paper Perfection

First, follow the Chicago notes-biblio style to create your preliminary bibliography for your school paper, including a range of scholarly journal articles. Then, review the nine elements you need to include in your entry. When you do, you will have an easy time putting together your final bibliography.

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