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The Chicago/Turabian style is an adaptation of the Chicago style (15th edition) created by Kate Turabian to meet the needs of students. It is explained in detail in her book A manual for writers of research papers, theses, and dissertations: Chicago style for students and researchers and there is a quick online guide here.
The Chicago style and the derived Chicago/Turabian style have two versions:
Note: at AUT University, the School of Art & Design uses the Notes and Bibliography version of the Chicago/Turabian style.
The Chicago/Turabian style follows closely the 15th edition of the Chicago style but omits some of the details relating to works intended for publication. It aims to be simpler and more appropriate for works written by students and not intended (at least initially) for publication. The main difference between Chicago and Chicago/Turabian (when using the Notes and Bibliography version) is in the way that notes are numbered.
Chicago - footnote begins with a full size number that is not raised. It is followed by a period and a space:
1. Berys Gaut, "Creativity and Rationality," Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism 70, no. 3 (2012): 260.
Chicago/Turabian - footnote begins with a superscript number:
¹ Berys Gaut, "Creativity and Rationality," Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism 70, no. 3 (2012): 260.
Set the output style in your EndNote library to Turabian Bibliography.
When you want to cite a reference in your Word document, you will first need to add a footnote and then insert the citation from your EndNote library into the footnote. This will also create a bibliography at the end of your document.
Our brief guides will show you how to select the output style, add a footnote and insert a citation in it, and remove a citation:
This is because your Word document is set on a different reference style and needs to be re-set to Turabian Bibliography. This is easily put right.
Word 2007/2010 (Windows): Click the EndNote tab. The Style box shows the currently active reference style. Use the drop-down arrow to choose Turabian Bibliography (or click Select Another Style... and then choose Turabian Bibliography). Now click Update Citations and Bibliography.
Word 2008/2011 (Mac): Click the Format Bibliography icon on the EndNote toolbar. The Format Bibliography dialog box will open. Use the drop-down list or the Browse function to select Turabian Bibliography and click OK.
Yes. EndNote calls this style Turabian Reference List. It is not included in the styles normally provided with EndNote X4 but can be downloaded from the software provider's website here.
If you have any difficulty in saving this style to your EndNote styles folder, read this page in our guide for advice.