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Ch. 25 TURABIAN

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    DEFINITION TO REMEMBER:

    Turabian formatting and The Chicago Manual of Style are essentially the same, with slight modifications in the latter (both are typically used for liberal arts, humanities, and sciences)

    RULES TO REMEMBER:

    1. Use 12 point, Times New Roman font, with 1” margins on all sides.
    2. Include a header that numbers all pages consecutively in the upper right-hand corner, one half inch from the top of the page.
    3. Your essay includes 3 main sections: title page, body, and bibliography. If your instructor requires endnotes instead of footnotes, you will include an endnotes page in the back matter.

    SAMPLE PAPER:

    Essay file in text-based format https://goo.gl/g1z9ma

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    Turabian Essay Page 1

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    Turabian Essay Page 2

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    Turabian Essay Page 3

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    Turabian Essay Page 4

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    Turabian Essay Page 5

    Exercise 25.1
    Consider a writing assignment you will need to undertake in the near future. Prepare a sample title page using Turabian format. Take care to ensure that all components are accurate, and be creative with your title.

     

    Exercise 25.2

    Consider an assignment you have completed recently or an assignment you will undertake in the near future, and select a specific source for that assignment. Prepare a proper Turabian summary, paraphrase, and direct quote using that source, taking care to follow all Turabian footnote or endnote requirements precisely.

    1. Summary:
    2. Paraphrase:
    3. Direct Quote:

     

    Exercise 25.3
    Gather at least 10 sources for an assignment you have completed recently or an assignment you will undertake in the near future. Prepare a proper Turabian bibliography, taking care to list individual sources appropriately.

     


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