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If part of the title is in italics
you have to decide whether it is another title within the title or is
it a term such as names of ships or species names, etc.
If it is a title, enclose it in double quotation marks.
If it is a term, input it in italics as instructed below.
To add italics type in the title box:
Non italic text
<i>text in title in italics</i>
non italic text
For more info consult Turabian "Manual... ".
Encyclopedia / Dictionary
According to Turabian, major dictionaries and encyclopedias should be cited only in
notes, unless it is crucial to your argument. Here both entries are provided for your convenience.
Since there are many variations in bibliographical conventions
between different disciplines,
some courses may require
articles within specific subject encyclopedias/dictionaries to be treated as "Chapters
and Other Titled Parts of a Book" - use Book entry from "Choose citation type" above if that is the case.
Examples of specific subject encyclopedias/dictionaries include
Kittel in theology, Norton in music, etc.
Check with your professor for details.