Tue 22 May, 2012 08:02 am
I'm doing a research paper, using online materials (no, I am not using Wikipedia). I'm looking for a definitive statement of how web pages, blogs, forums and the like are to be cited in a scholarly paper.
Mwah! You rock! That's exactly what I was looking for!!
"Web Document Citations," Jespah, accessed May 22, 2012. http://able2know.org/topic/190936-1#post-4990344
See this page from The Chicago Manual of Style
, at "Website", about 80% down the page. If you want a really
authoritative authority, the latest paper edition of the Manual
has the same information and more. (But I only have an older edition on my own bookshelf, hence the link.)
It's due tomorrow. So - thanks! I have 5 footnotes (one is just the url for something I'm referencing in the paper, another is a definition of a term). One is a blog post and the others are industry trade publication articles.