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Beginning with its issue No. 14 (second half of 2018), the International Tribune Journal will adopt the Chicago Manual of Style citation system, with references in the main text (available at http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html). In what follows, different examples are transcribed: in each case, firstly, the way in which the entry should be written in the list of references, and, secondly, the way in which the reference should appear in the body of the text:
– Book of four or more authors. All authors should be included in the reference list entry. In the text, however, the citation may mention only the last name of the first author listed followed by the expression «and others».
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The International Movement ATD Fourth World, in collaboration with Oxford University, has conducted international participatory research on «The Hidden Dimensions of Poverty» in six countries: Bangladesh, Bolivia, France, Tanzania, the United Kingdom, the United States and the United States.
The multidimensional nature of poverty is widely recognized. However, this research clarifies these dimensions in a novel way and introduces other unrecognized dimensions, emphasizing their interrelationships and their influence on the experience of poverty.
The Normandy Business School (École de management de Normandie – EM Normandie), founded in Le Havre (France) in 1871, is one of the first business schools created in France and Europe.
EM Normandie has more than 200 partner universities in more than 60 countries. It allows students to go on exchange for one or two semesters. It is associated with, for example, Universidad Diego Portales, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Tecnológico de Monterey, Universidad del Siglo 21, Universidad Complutense, Politécnico di Milano, Nottingham Trent University, Nanyang Technological University, University of North Florida, Universidade Nova do Lisboa, KU Leuven, Curtin University. EM Normandie has more than 200 partner universities in more than 60 countries.
Trowbridge & Livingston[edit data on Wikidata]The B. Altman and Company Building is a commercial building in Midtown Manhattan in New York, which formerly served as the flagship department store of B. Altman and Company. It occupies an entire city block between Fifth Avenue, Madison Avenue, 34th Street and 35th Street, directly across from the Empire State Building, with a primary address at 355-371 Fifth Avenue.
The B. Altman and Company Building occupies an entire city block in Midtown Manhattan, bounded by Fifth Avenue to the west, 34th Street to the south, Madison Avenue to the east, and 35th Street to the north. The site has a total area of 7706 m²; it measures 60.2 m north to south and 128 m west to east. Due to the topography of the region, the north ends of the Fifth and Madison Avenue facades are slightly higher than the south ends. The building is located on the site of the Empire State Building. The building is located on the site of the Empire State Building, with a total area of 7706 m².
The B. Altman Building is near the Empire State Building to the southwest, the Church of the Incarnation to the northeast, the Collectors Club of New York to the east, and the Madison Belmont Building to the southeast. It is one of several important former commercial buildings on the surrounding stretch of Fifth Avenue. Four blocks to the north are the Gorham Building at 390 Fifth Avenue, the Tiffany and Company Building at 401 Fifth Avenue, the Stewart & Company Building at 404 Fifth Avenue, and the Lord & Taylor Building at 424 Fifth Avenue.