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... ".
BAD or AD?
Turabian 8th edition (©2013) is inconsistent in the treatment of 'Author-Date' references in online materials which
most of the time are presented in a true ' Author- Date' ( AD) format. However, some examples are printed as a
' B ibliography in A uthor- D ate' ( BAD) format
(see Turabian 22.214.171.124 for a BAD example).
Here we process it as the true AD format. In those rare instances you may need it in the BAD format,
use Bibliography checkbox under 'Citation Format' to change it to a bibliography, and insert the result in the rest
of your AD formatted references.
Be warned, the BAD format within the 'Author-Date' list may not look good. :)
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