YM 4980 Leadership and Management for Youth Ministry (Seversen)

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Scholarly Journal Article

Bibliography

Clifton-Soderstrom, Michelle. “The Convergence Model of Pietist Ethics: Faith Active in Love (Gal. 5.6)” Political Theology 11, no. 4 (October 2010): 490-506.

Footnotes

1. Michelle Clifton-Soderstrom, “The Convergence Model of Pietist Ethics: Faith Active in Love (Gal. 5.6)” Political Theology 11, no. 4 (October 2010): 490-506.

Books

Bibliography

Clifton-Soderstrom, Michelle A. Angels, Worms, and Bogeys: The Christian Ethic of Pietism. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2010.

Footnotes

2. Michelle Soderstrom, Angels, Worms, and Bogeys: The Christian Ethic of Pietism (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2010).

 

Edited Books

Bibliography

Greenman, Jeffrey P., Timothy Larsen, and Stephen R. Spencer, eds. The Sermon on the Mount through the Centuries. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2007.

 

Footnotes

3. Jeffrey P. Greenman, Timothy Larsen, and Stephen R. Spencer, eds. The Sermon on the Mount through the Centuries (Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2007).

Chapter in an Edited Books

Bibliography

Spencer, Stephen R., "John Calvin." In The Sermon on the Mount through the Centuries, ed. Jeffrey P. Greenman, Timothy Larsen, and Stephen R. Spencer, 129-152. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2007.

Footnotes

4. Stephen R. Spencer, "John Calvin" in The Sermon on the Mount through the Centuries, ed. Jeffrey P. Greenman, Timothy Larsen, and Stephen R. Spencer, 129-152 (Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2007).

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Formatting Your References

Turabian (and its parent, the Chicago Manual of Style) documentation format has a consistent rationale:

  • Each note (whether footnotes or endnotes) is a single sentence.
    • The only period is at the end of the citation.
    • Only commas and semi-colons, and colons occur within the citation.
    • Series and publishing information is included in a parenthesis at the end of the note, before the period.
  • Book:
    • Author’s first name, last name, Title: subtitle (Place of publication: Publisher, date), page(s).
  • Journal article:
    • Author’s first name, last name, “Article title,” Journal Title vol. no., issue no. (date [including month or season, if present]): page or page-page, url [if accessed online].
  • Edited book:
    • Editor’s first name, last name, ed., Title: subtitle (Series; Place of publication: Publisher, date).
  • Edited book [multiple editors]:
    • first name, last name; first name, last name; first name, last name, eds., Title: subtitle (Series; Place of publication: Publisher, date).
  • Article in book:
    • Name, “Article title” in Book Title: subtitle, ed. Name(s), page-page (Series; Place of publication: Publisher, date).

Bibliography citations, on the other hand, are not a sentence. Periods occur after each basic unit:

  • Book:
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  • Journal article:
    • Author’s last name, first name. “Title.” Journal title vol. no., issue no. (Date [including month or season, if present]): page-page. url [if accessed online].
  • Edited book:
    • Editor’s last name, first name, ed., Title: subtitle. Series. Place of publication: Publisher, date.
  • Edited book [multiple editors]:
    • Last name, First name; First name, Last name; First name, Last name, eds. Title: Subtitle. Series. Place of publication: Publisher, date.
  • Article in book:
    • Last name, first name. “Article title.” In Book Title: Subtitle, ed. first name, last name(s), page-page. Series. Place of publication: Publisher, date.

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