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 online|
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.
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