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How to Cite Sources Use the Citing Sources pageon the Libraries' web site. For this assignment you should use internal citations in your paper after direct or indirect citations. Then include a bibliography to your cited sources at the end of your paper. You should use the Chicago style on the Citing Sources page for your bibliography. Instructions for internal citations are described below.
Documenting sources within the text of your paper: Internal references to print publications usually include the author's last name and the page number of the reference, such as: (Couto 16)
Internal references to electronic sources will usually include only an author's last name or, if no author's name is available, the file name, and the date of access if no publication date is available. Example: (Living Wage Movement, accessed 12 Nov. 2006)
For further information on parenthetical or internal referencing (author-date system) within the text of a paper, consult the print copy ofThe Chicago Manual of Style - 16th ed. Call Number: REF Commons Z253 .U69 2010.