|Proceedings of conferences and meetings||
If you wish to cite the entire conference proceedings, use the following format:
Eds. Title of Conference. Date [if not mentioned in the title], location [if not mentioned in thetitle]. Place of publication: Group responsible for publication, date of publication. Medium of publication.
If all or part of the publication information is missing, use N.p. If there is no date of publication, use n.d.
Wright, Will and Steven Kaplan, eds. The Image of Violence in Literature, the Media, and Society: Selected papers from the 1995 Conference of the Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, Pueblo: Colorado, 1995. 174-188. Print.
To cite one presentation in a conference proceedings:
Muhlestein, Daniel K. "Rumbold's Revenge: Joyce's Subversion of the GallowsText Tradition of Commodified Violence." The Image of Violence in Literature, the Media, and Society: Selected papers from the 1995 Conference of the Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery. Ed. Will Wright and Steven Kaplan. Pueblo: Colorado, 1995. 174-188. Print.
The following example is for a dissertation obtained from the granting institution:
Angelova, Anelia Nedelcheva. "Data Pruning." MS thesis California Inst. of Technology, 2004. Web. 29 May 2007.
Mohamed, Hashim. “Academic writing as social practice : a critical discourse analysis of student writing in higher education in Tanzania.” Phd. Thesis University of the Western Cape, Web. May 2006. http://etd.uwc.ac.za/usrfiles/modules/etd/docs/etd_init_9560_1176460829.pdf
Stolley, Karl. "Toward a Conception of Religion as a Discursive Formation: Implications for Postmodern Composition Theory." MA thesis. Purdue University, 2002. Print.
Jaffer, Kayzuran. “Accessing Academic Literacy: Perceptions of Learning in English 101 at the University of the Western Cape.” Diss. University of the Western Cape, 1996. Print.
The following example is for a dissertation obtained on microfilm from UMI (Note, in this context the dissertation is considered published and the title is italicized. You can add the order number as additional information at the end of the citation as in this example):
Ndayibirama, Prosper. African traditional culture and modernity in Zakes Mda’s the Heart of Redness. MA thesis: University of the Western Cape, 2005. Print.
When citing a DVD, use the following format:
Title of movie. Director (abbreviated as Dir.). Distributor, year of release. Medium.
You may include other information such as the names of the writer, actors, producer, etc., between the title and distributor. When citing a DVD, include the original release date (if relevant) and the term DVD before the name of the distributor.
Jarusalema. Dir. Ralph Ziman. Next Entertainment, 2008. DVD.
Red Dust. Dir. Tom Hooper. Next Entertainment, 2004. DVD.
|Film or video||
When citing a film or video use the following format:
Title of film/video. Director (abbreviated as Dir.). Distributor, year of release. Format (DVD, videocassette, etc.).
You may include other information such as the names of the writer, actors, producer, etc., between the title and distributor. When citing a video, include the original release date (if relevant) and the term videocassette before the name of the distributor.
Tsotsi. Dir. Gavin Hood. Tsotsi films (Pty) Ltd., 2006. Videorecording.
The Bangbang Club. Dir. Steven Silver. Paramount Pictures, 2010. Film.
When citing an interview you conducted, use the following format:
Name of person interviewed. Kind of interview (phone interview, personal interview, etc.). Date.
Hobbs, Russell. Personal Interview. 13 Dec. 2012.
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