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Chicago Manual of Style

Online Journal Article (Sec. 14.175)

**NOTE: Chicago style does NOT require the access date in citations of formally published online sources. However, if your discipline (or professor) prefers that this information is included, please include it prior to the DOI/URL. Separate it from the rest of the citation using commas for Notes and periods in the Bibliography entry (e.g.,  ... , access December 4, 2017, ... and ... . Accessed December 4, 2017. ...). 
 
General Format 
 
Full Note: 
1. Author First Name/Initial Surname, "Article Title," Journal Title Volume,
no. Issue (Year): page #, DOI/URL.
 
Example:
1. Martin Kitchen, "The German Invasion of Canada in the First World War,"
International History Review 7, no. 2 (June 1985): 248, http://www.jstor.org/stable/40105462. 
2. Joshua D. Kertzer and Brian C. Rathbun, "Fair is Fair: Social Preferences
and Reciprocity in International Politics," World Politics 67, no. 4 (2015): 650, 
doi: 10.1017/S0043887115000180. 
 
Subsequent Note: 
2. Author Surname, "Article Title," page #. 
 
Example:
3. Kitchen, "The German Invasion of Canada," 248.
4. Kertzer and Rathbun, "Fair is Fair," 648. 
 
Bibliography:
Author Surname, First Name or Initial. "Article Title." Journal Title Volume,
no. Issue (Year): Page range of article [if provided]. DOI/URL.
 
Example:  
Kertzer, Joshua D., and Brian C. Rathbun. "Fair is Fair: Social Preferences
and Reciprocity in International Politics." World Politics 67, no. 4 (2015):
613-655. doi: 10.1017/S0043887115000180. 
 
Kitchen, Martin. "The German Invasion of Canada in the First World War."
International History Review 7, no. 2 (June 1985): 245-260.
http://www.jstor.org/stable/40105462.