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Referencing a magazine in Chicago or Turabian format

Chicago and Turabian styles, uses the Author-Date system, with Chicago in-text citations having the author's name and year of publication in brackets.

The full article title, which is followed by a period, should be placed within quotation marks. Although Chicago and Turabian style traditionally uses the headline style of capitalizing the first letter of each word in the title, sentence style is also acceptable as long as you do it for all your citations. The article title is followed by the name of the magazine, which is italicized. Place a comma after the magazine name.

Last Name, First Name. Article title. Magazine Title, Month Date, Year of publication.

If the article was published online, include the web address of the article, and then place the word "accessed", along with the date on which you accessed the website (written in the format of "month day, year") in parentheses.

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