Using the parenthetical / reference list Turabian citation style you correctly identify a source in the text (in-text) of your paper by including key source information next to the reference to that source in parenthesis. You can consult Section 18.3 of the manual for additional information if needed.
See Turabian's A Manual For Writers fugure A.11 in the appendix for a sample page of text with parenthetical citations.
Parenthetical Citation Example Index:
In most cases the standard and online parenthetical formats shared here will be used for the following information sources:
View parenthetical citation subpages in this guide for common exceptions. If you are uncertain, refer to chapters 18.3 and 19 in the manual.
For a quotation, put the parenthetical citation immediately following regardless if the quote is in the text or as part of a block quote (See Section 25.2.2 of manual). All other parenthetical citations occur at the end of the sentence or clause.
1. Direct Quote:
"What on introspectrion seems to happen immediately and without effort is often a complex symphony of processes that take time to complete" (LeDoux 2003, 116).
"While one school claims that "material culture maybe the most objective source of information we have concerning America's past" (Deetz 1996, 259), others disagree.
The color blue became more prominent in the eighteenth centure (Pastoureau 2001, 124).
3. Author Mentioned:
Chang then describes the ocupation of Nanking in great detail (1997, 159-67).
4. Multiple Works Cited:
Several theorists disagreed strongly with this position (Armstrong and Malacinski 1989; Pickett and White 1995; Beigl 2004).