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International Relations Subject Guide: Citation Guides

A guide to key databases, reference & web sources, and research & citation guides for International Relations.

Other Helpful Guides

You can find more helpful citation guides on the Citation Guides & Bibliographic Tools page. 

TIP: Check out the Chicago Manual of Style Q&A online for quick answers to common editing and style questions about, for example, capitalization, abbreviations, or using URLs in notes and bibliographies.

Citation: International Relations

Chicago style is the preferred citation format for the International Relations program. See the quick guides below for examples of how to use Chicago style, or consult the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed. online or in print at call number Z 253 .U69 2010  in the reference section on the main floor of the Library.

Chicago Style Guides

The Chicago citation style is used in a number of displines in the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences. 

The following two guides are based on the 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style:

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The Chicago Manual of Style