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Chicago Paper Setup

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Presents the basics of how to set up a paper in Chicago style using Microsoft Word.
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MeggieLoo51 (23 days ago)
Oh my goodness thank you so much! I've always used MLA and was just told to use Chicago for the first time. You really saved me!
m cinelli (3 months ago)
Thanks a lot for the video, really helped me out
frccbcc (3 months ago)
You are very welcome!
Golbon Mol (4 months ago)
I never knew what masochism is, until I had to write a paper in Chicago style.
frccbcc (4 months ago)
Bingo!
Hugo Lizardi (6 months ago)
5:05 footnote
Alex Diaz (8 months ago)
Great video! Lots of help!
BURCHDOG (8 months ago)
If my paper is just a book review of one book, does all the page numbers in the footnote have to go in bibliography? Or just the name of the book?
frccbcc (3 months ago)
I would think primarily you would need to use the page numbers at least, so that the person reading has a page reference if further reading or checking of a reference is necessary. So, I suppose I would just use page numbers in your footnotes if it's understood that everything is coming from the same book. Or, make the first footnote a regular footnote and then after that, use a whole bunch of Ibid, pg. # footnotes.
Cosmic Mind (8 months ago)
Very helpful thank you ♥️
Don James (9 months ago)
love u
Brian Hastings (1 year ago)
0:18 Double Spacing paper 0:35 Making a title page (title, subtitle, name of author, course, course number name of class, date) 1:52 setting up the page number (title page should not be numbered) 3:45 Make your bibliography before your foot notes 4:15 How to do a foot note (12 font, first line indent, remove superscript and put a period after the number, last name should be last, first name should be first, comma after name, not a period, get rid of period and put parenthesis around publisher and date, put in a comma after parenthesis and put in the page number followed by a period) 6:36 Same source, same page number, different citation 7:30 12 size font Ibid, first line indentation, and remove superscript
murtha94 (1 year ago)
I've been looking for a number tutorial for hours lol... Thank you!
frccbcc (1 year ago)
You are very welcome.
Brian Ree (1 year ago)
Is Chicago format similar to APSA format?
frccbcc (1 year ago)
That looks pretty good. I really am not well versed in APSA.  Here's a good website for that.  Look at page 17 on citation for your question.http://www.apsanet.org/Portals/54/APSA%20Files/publications/APSAStyleManual2006.pdf
Brian Ree (1 year ago)
so would this sentence be considered APSA citation? --- In 1967, Canada initiated the first system of points that would allow immigrants to step foot on Canadian soil (Canada's Immigration Policy 2015)
frccbcc (1 year ago)
Yes. APSA uses most of the conventions of Chicago style.
TrenchCoatHans1945 (2 years ago)
Awesome video. I didn't even to see most of this, but I couldn't stop watching for some reason. xD However, I did learn some new tricks. Much appreciated.

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