|1||Charles Schultz.||Schultz, Charles.|
|2||Charles Schultz and Ron Brown.||Schultz, Charles, and Ron Brown.|
|3||Charles Schultz, Ron Brown, and Lucy VanPelt.||Schultz, Charles, Ron Brown, and Lucy VanPelt.|
|4 +||Charles Schultz et al.||Include all names.|
|Examples of Shortened Titles|
|Original Title||Shortened Title|
|Men and Events; Historical Essays||Men and Events|
|The Empire of the Seas: A Biography of Rear
Admiral Robert Wilson Shufeldt, USN
|Empire of the Seas|
|Wordmark Encyclopedia of the Nations||Encyclopedia of Nations|
Note the edition of a source in a note or reference if it is not the first edition; that is, if the source is a numbered edition, or if the title page reads, "revised edition."
Numbered editions are abbreviated as shown below.
Louis: Mosby, 2002.
|Information||Included in a Citation?|
|Issue number||"The issue number should be recorded even if pagination is continuous throughout a volume or when a month or season precedes the year." See the Chicago Manual of Style Online Section 14.171: Journal volume, issue, and date.|
|Page numbers||If referencing a passage, cite the relevant page number(s) only. If referencing an entire article, cite the entire page range. See the Chicago Manual of Style Online Section 14.174: Journal page references.|
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12. Pamela Paul, "The Playground Gets Even Tougher," New York Times, October 10, 2010, 12, Academic Search Complete (54317717).
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