Journal

How to Cite a Journal in Chicago/Turabian (Download the Printer Friendly PDF)

Journal in Print

A periodical that is published by a special group, a learned society, or certain profession. Typically published monthly and often includes volumes and or issues

Structure: Last, First M., and First M. Last. “Article Title.” Journal Title, Series, Volume, no. Issue (Month Date, Year Published): Page(s).

Front Cover

First Page

Citation: Jacoby, William G. “Public Attitudes toward Government Spending.” American Journal of Political Science 38, no. 2 (May 1994): 336-61.
Journal via Website

Citing a journal published online

Structure: Last, First M. “Article Title.” Journal Title, Series, Volume, no. Issue (Month Date, Year Published): Page(s). Accessed Month Date, Year. URL.

Website

Article Front Page

Date accessed: Only include if there is no publication date

Citation: Ashok, Savitri. “Gender, Language, and Identity in Dogeaters: A Post Colonial Critique.” Postcolonial Text 5, no. 2 (2009). http://www.postcolonial.org.
Journal via Database

Citing a journal found on a database

Structure: Last, First M. “Article Title.” Journal Title, Series, Volume, no. Issue (Month Date, Year Published): Page(s). Accessed Month Date, Year. URL.
*URL Note: Only include if URL is stable. If none, use database name instead.

Database

Date accessed: Only include if there is no publication date

Citation: Jacoby, William G. “Public Attitudes toward Government Spending.” American Journal of Political Science 38, no. 2 (May 1994): 336-61. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2111407.

 

 

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