Chicago style is often used by history and social sciences researchers to structure their references. It comes in two varieties – notes and bibliography and author-date.
Scholars working in the humanities widely use the notes and bibliography system. Each source is cited in numbered footnotes and listed in a separate bibliography. In contrast, the researchers in the science and social sciences domain commonly use the author-date system.
Here, brief citations are written parentheses with the author's last name and publication year and complete references in the Chicago style bibliography section.
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