A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, Seventh Edition: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers (Chicago Guides to Writing, Editing, and Publishing) (Paperback)
Kate L. Turabian (Author), Wayne C. Booth (Editor), Gregory G. Colomb (Editor), Joseph M. Williams (Editor), University of Chicago Press Staff (Editor).
First published in 1937, Turabian’s manual has been updated to reflect the fifteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of Style (2003) as well as the habits and needs of today’s students. The chapter on source citation now includes sections on online databases, e-books, and “informally published electonic sources.” A new and lengthy part 1, “Researching and Writing: From Planning to Production,” cautions researchers to “beware of Wikipedia” and “never cite it as an authoritative source.” Another caution: citation software “may save time, but it is not a substitute for knowing the underlying principles of the style.” Quinn, Mary Ellen
“This latest edition of the trusted Manual for Writers not only answers nearly every question related to scholarly writing that students could possibly have, but it is full of helpful and wise advice about researching, organizing, and writing everything from undergraduate papers to doctoral dissertations.” – Paul S. Boyer, Merle Curti Professor of History Emeritus, University of Wisconsin – Madison”