Bibliographic Details

A Manual for writers of term papers, theses, and dissertations / Kate L. Turabian.

Author / Creator Turabian, Kate L.
Edition Fifth edition / revised and expanded by Bonnie Birtwistle Honigsblum.
Imprint Chicago : University of Chicago Press, ©1987.
Description ix, 300 pages ; 23 cm.
Language English
Series Chicago guides to writing, editing, and publishing
Chicago guides to writing, editing, and publishing.
Subject Dissertations, Academic -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Academic writing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Authorship -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Authorship
Academic writing.
Dissertations, Academic.
Academic theses.
Handbooks and manuals.
Academic theses.
Format Print, Book
Local Note University of Chicago Library's copy 8 and copy 9 have variant covers; copy 9's cover says "Fifth Edition Complimentary 50th Anniversary Copy".
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/832568
Other authors / contributors Honigsblum, Bonnie Birtwistle.
ISBN 0226816249
9780226816241
0226816257
9780226816258
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-282) and index.
Summary This guide to the methods, materials, and technologies that are available to help writers of research papers includes a chapter on computer usage, information on the preparation and presentation of tables, and extensive examples.
Review by Choice Review

The latest edition of these familiar guidelines for writers of dissertations and theses is warranted by the 13th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style (1982), on which the examples of style usage are based. It has several new features-notably a chapter offering a general overview of manuscript preparation on computerized word processing systems; a chapter on parenthetical references and reference lists; 28 annotated sample pages; and a list of style manuals by discipline. Issued in a slightly larger format, this edition is intended primarily for graduate students, but actually has a wider audience. (Turabian's Student's Guide for Writing College Papers, 3rd ed., 1976, is aimed at undergraduates.) The work, a standard for more than 50 years, remains essential. Recommended for all libraries.-M. McCormick, University of California, Los Angeles

Copyright American Library Association, used with permission.
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