{chicago-style} is about bibliography questions using the style prescribed by the Chicago Manual of Style. Use this tag in addition to the tag for the specific package you use to implement the style.

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Problems citing letters published in articles in biblatex-chicago

I'm having trouble citing @letters printed as part of an @article using biblatex-chicago. This is my MWE: \documentclass[utf8,12pt,letterpaper]{report} \usepackage{fontspec} ...
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Full names with Chicago bibliographystyle

I'm using \bibliographystyle{chicago} and the Natbib package. I would like to have the FULL NAMES of the authors listed in the bibliography. For instance: Lastname1, Name1, and Name2 Lastname2. ...
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Cannot convert to Chicago style in biblatex-chicago with notes

could you please help me! I need to convert a text to Chicago style with short notes and bibliography afterwards, like this: as Dahl has shown,56 Notes 56. Dahl, Democracy, Chs 1 and 2. ...
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is the bibstyle for review of development economics

Here is an example of style in the journal. Motta, Massimo, “Endogenous Quality Choice: Price vs. Quantity Competition,” Journal of Industrial Economics 41 (1993):113–31.
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Translator name in biblatex-chicago — what am I doing wrong?

Been struggling with this for... too long. This (template I found) works: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[danish]{babel} \usepackage[ backend=biber ]{biblatex-chicago} ...
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How can I use full citations in footnotes using natbib, chicago style?

I tried using the bibentry package as many people mention on here, but for some reason it will not work with chicago style. I am using BibDesk with a bbl bibliography. This is what my header looks ...