Citing correctly and consistently is a challenge. Why bother?
Whether you use a direct quotation to your paper or rephrase someone else's idea, you should cite works from which you have drawn inspiration. These may be texts, images, interviews or media. Keep a record of citations as you are working so you don't have to go back later and search for them.
AMBS uses the Turabian notes-bibliography style for citations. Turabian is based on The Chicago Manual of Style. The sites below provide many examples.
Turabian styles are slightly modified from those presented in The Chicago Manual Of Style in order to serve the needs of student writers. The format of citations in the Chicago style may be followed if care is taken to standardize the font of footnote and endnote numbers.
How did Kate Turabian, a typist who never graduated from college, become responsible for approving the format of every dissertation at the prestigious University of Chicago? See this tribute.
Zotero is a free online service for collecting, citing, organizing and sharing research sources. AMBS encourages students to use Zotero. See IT Director Brent Graber (firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance.