CHICAGO & TURABIAN
Melinda Chang's blog has many interesting insights about ...1
Place direct quotes between double quotation marks " " and provide a paragraph number(s).
"During a recent discussion with a close friend I realised ..."3
1. Melinda Chang, Heart of Me (blog), accessed July 15, 2016, http://heartofme.blogspot.com/2016/07/.
2. Kevin Ferris, “Close Borders Now,” Half-Baked Times (blog), May 5, 2016, accessed May 7, 2016, http://thehalfbakedtimes.blogs.com/2016/05/.
3. Chang, Heart of Me, para. 2.
4. Ferris, “Close Borders Now.”
Author. Title (Form). Accessed date. URL.
Chang, Melinda. Heart of Me (blog). Accessed July 15, 2016. http://heartofme.blogspot.com/2016/07/.
Ferris, Kevin. “Close Borders Now.” Half-Baked Times (blog). Accessed May 7, 2016. http://thehalfbakedtimes.blogs.com//2016/05/.
Blogs and blog posts are normally cited in the notes only; however, if the source is cited frequently in your paper or if it is important to your argument, a bibliography entry can be included (as shown above).
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