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Chicago 16th style guide description

Posted on Apr 30, 2014 by in Masters | 0 comments

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Academic Conventions require that you acknowledge the work of other researchers if you have used their findings for your scientific research. It is academically very essential to add a name to each idea and information cited by you in your study. One such referencing style is the Chicago Author-Date Style 16th Edition. The attached resource serves as a perfect guide for In-text citation and Reference List preparation in your research paper. With a long list of examples for citing books, journals, online webpages, official government publications and other sources, this will definitely help you in complying with the Chicago style referencing guidelines.

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