Journal citations in Chicago/Turabian style generally include the author name, article title, journal title, publication date, and volume/issue information. If the journal article was accessed online, the URL or DOI is required.
How to cite a journal article found online
Last name, First name. “Article Title.” Journal Title volume number, issue number (year of publication). Page-page. doi:xxxx OR URL.
Note: If no DOI is available, use a stable URL.
Trier, James. “‘Cool’ Engagements with YouTube: Part 2.” Media Literacy 50, no. 7 (2007). doi:10.1598/JAAL.50.7.8.
How to cite a journal article found in print
Last name, First name. “Article Title.” Journal Title volume, no. issue (year of
Lin, Meng-Fen Grace, Ellen S. Hoffman, and Claire Borengasser. “Is Social Media Too Social for Class? A Case Study of Twitter Use.” TechTrends 57, no. 2 (2013). 39-40.
Citing an online report
Last name, First name. Title of Work. Publisher city: Publisher, Year of publication. Accessed Month Date, Year. URL.
Gorbunova, Yulia. Laws of Attrition: Crackdown on Russia’s Civil Society After Putin’s Return to the Presidency. New York: Human Rights Watch, 2013. Accessed February 11, 2013. http://www.hrw.org/reports/2013/04/24/laws-attrition.
Note: With this source, the report only specifies a publication country. To find the city of publication and other bibliographic data, search for the ISBN or publication title on a website like WorldCat.org (in this case, it is New York).
Citing a print report
Last name, First name. Title of Work. Publisher city: Publisher, Year of publication.
Turnitin. What’s Wrong with Wikipedia?: Evaluating the Sources Used by Students. Oakland: iParadigms, LLC, 2013.