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Chinese 670 Research in Chinese Studies

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Chicago Manual of Style

note: Many authors and publishers now expect to see the author date form of in-text citations instead of footnotes or endnotes.

Citation Management Software

Citation management software can do odd things to Asian language citations formatted for a North American audience, but they can also be hugely helpful in keeping track of materials that you have read and cited in your research.

The Library's subscription to Refworks is going away, so I don't recommend using it if you are just getting started. There is a freely available add-on/web-based software called Zotero that is very popular and it is able to handle unicode so it may work for your purposes.