[OS X TeX] Chicago Manual of Style
pierfranco.minsenti at gmail.com
Fri Jul 3 03:52:15 EDT 2009
I think that for those wishing to use the Chicago Manual of Style the
mcbride style is recommended because it was developed by Ken Shan for
improving the original chicago.bst. The last version was updated in 2007.
Se the presentation page at http://www.digitas.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/wiki/ken/
McBride <http://www.digitas.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/wiki/ken/McBride%29> where
you can also download che mcbride.bst file.
In the bibliography section mcbride.bst don't put brackets around the
Here you can see is an examle of the output of two references as they appear
in the final PDF: the first one from a book and the second one from a
Pickard, Alison Jane. 2007. *Research methods in information*. London:
Powell, RR, LM Baker, and JJ Mika. 2002. Library and information
science practitioners and research. *Library and Information Science
As you may see:
1) authors first names are full, not only initials, provided in you bibtex
file you have put them;
2) no brackets around publication year
3) article title without quotation marks
4) journal title in italics.
2009/7/2 Salvatore Enrico Indiogine <hindiogine at gmail.com>
> 2009/7/2 Adam M. Goldstein <a.m.goldstein at mac.com>:
> > Do you have a copy of the manual? It does look Chicago-like, but I
> > say whether it's exactly how the Manual describes the formatting.
> > there are several distinct styles, depending upon whether footnotes or
> > in-text citation is used, and whether a reference list is used.
> I know very little about the Chicago style. However, from the
> examples I have seen on the WWW, there is no parenthesis around the
> year of publication in the bibliography.
> The bibliography that I am generating now has those parenthesis, just
> as in APA format.
> Enrico Indiogine
> Mathematics Education
> Texas A&M University
> Email: hindiogine at gmail.com
> Skype: hindiogine
> Website: http://www.coe.tamu.edu/~enrico<http://www.coe.tamu.edu/%7Eenrico>
> "Rien ne va de soi. Rien n'est donné. Tous est construit." Gaston
> Bachelard, 1934
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