- Author’s name. "Title of article." Title of journal Volume/issue information (Date of Publication): Inclusive page numbers.
An Article in a Scholarly Journal with Continuous Pagination (doesn't use issue numbers)
- McCammon, Holly J. " 'Out of the Parlors and on to the Streets' : The Changing Tactical Repertoire of the U.S. Women's Suffrage Movements." Social Forces 81(2003): 787-818.
An Article in a Scholarly Journal without Continuous Pagination (uses issue numbers)
- Mitchell, Don. "Iconography and Locational Conflict from the Underside: Free Speech, People's Park, and the Politics of Homelessness in Berkley." Political Geography 11, no. 2 (1992): 152-169.
An Article in a Magazine
- Nakashima, T. "Concentration Camp: U.S. Style," New Republic, 15 June 1942, 822-23.
Turabian does not specify how to format journal articles in electronic format. The following citations are based on the formatting used in the Chicago Manual of Style.
- Author’s name. "Title of article." Title of journal Volume/issue information (Date of Publication): Inclusive page numbers, URL (date accessed).
An Article in an Online Journal Identical to Print (EX: .pdf)
- Sanbonmatsu, Kira. "Gender Stereotypes and Vote Choice." American Journal of Political Science 46 (2002): 20-34, http://www.jstor.org/view/00925853/sp030001/03x0054b/0#&origin=sfx%3Asfx (accessed March 22, 2004).
An Article in an Online Journal Different from Print Version (without page numbers)
- Erez, Edna. "Domestic Violence and the Criminal Justice System: An Overview." Online Journal of Issues in Nursing 7, no.1 (January 2002), http://www.nursingworld.org/ojin/topic17/tpc17_3.htm (accessed March 22, 2004).
An Article in an Online Magazine
- Boehlert, Eric. "Watch Your Mouth." Salon, March 19, 2004, http://www.salon.com/news/feature/2004/03/1/fcc (accessed March 22, 2004).
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