Citations and Bibliography

The easiest way to see how to prepare your Bibliography is to refer to the most recent issue of Jung Journal and use it as as template.

Jung Journal uses the Chicago T & R Style, which has undergone some recent revisions. References to Jung’s Collected Works are an exception (see below).

T refers to the citation included in the Text.

R refers to the bibliographic or Reference entry.

Citations. The accuracy of citations is the author’s responsibility. Reference information must be provided within the text for all quotations and for material or ideas that are substantially the work, or based upon the work, of another author. Include page references for any quotes and for specific points that are not general to the entire work.

Book Reviews. If you are writing a review of a single book, with quotes from that book, you need not include the author and publication date for each citation, unless a citation from another author precedes it.