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Turabian Citation Style Guide: Websites and Web Documents

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Websites and Web Documents

*Citations of site content are best relegated to notes; in works with no notes, they may be included in the reference list or bibliography.
*If no author, the owner of the site may stand in for the author.
*If page numbers are not available, supply a descriptive locator, such as a subheading, following the word “under.

*Personal Author

N:  1  Sarah O. Ladislaw, “The Day after Copenhagen,” Center for Strategic & International Studies, December 4, 2009, (accessed March 1, 2010).

B:  Ladislaw, Sarah O. “The Day after Copenhagen.” Center for Strategic & International Studies. December 4, 2009. (accessed March 1, 2010).

P:  (Sarah O. Ladislaw 2009, under Sustaining Momentum section, paras. 1 –3)

R:  Ladislaw, Sarah O. The Day after Copenhagen. Center for Strategic & International Studies. December 4, 2009.

*Corporate author

N:  1  Central Intelligence Agency, “The World Factbook: Iran,” May 27, 2010, (accessed June 1, 2010).

B:  Central Intelligence Agency.  “The World Factbook: Iran." May 27,2010. (accessed June 1, 2010).

P:  (Central Intelligence Agency 2010, under Military, Military Expenditures section)

R:  Central Intelligence Agency. May 27, 2010. The World Factbook: Iran.
(accessed June 1, 2010).

*No author and no date

N:  Federation of American Scientists, “Man-portable Air Defense System (MANPADS) Proliferation,” (n.d.), under “The Weapons” (accessed March 1, 2010).

B:  Federation of American Scientists. “Man-portable Air Defense System (MANPADS) Proliferation.” (n.d.). (accessed March 1, 2010).

P:  (Federation of American Scientists (n.d.), under Non-Proliferation section, para. 2)

R:  Federation of American Scientists. (n.d.). Man-portable Air Defense System (MANPADS) Proliferation.
(accessed March 1, 2010).


N: = Note

B: = Biblography

P: = In-text citations which are enclosed in parentheses.

R: = Reference List


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