The Library of Congress has a comprehensive website detailing how to cite primary sources including photographs, films, cartoons and illustrations in APA format.
"Citing primary sources correctly is an important part of studying primary sources, for a number of reasons.
It is important--and ethically necessary--to provide full credit to the creators and publishers of documents, and to allow future scholars to find the source quickly and correctly. Citing a primary source is also crucial to critical thinking and analysis because it requires that the student think carefully about where the source came from, who made it, and in what context the student first discovered it.
Today, most students have access to primary sources through electronic means. The examples below serve as a guide to the most common formats and types available on the Library of Congress Web site." (loc.gov)
The Faculty of Education prefers the American Psychology Association style for the formatting of scholarly papers including in-text and reference citations.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association by American Psychological AssociationHighlights include the following:
Full color throughout for the first time.The debut of a tabbed, spiral-bound edition, which joins the paperback, hardcover and e-book formats.An updated chapter with guidelines for writing without bias that address age, disability, gender, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, intersectionality and the use of “they” as singular.A new chapter about APA’s updated journal article reporting standards.New student-specific resources, including a sample paper and guidelines for formatting annotated bibliographies.Best practices for ethical writing, including discussions on avoiding plagiarism and updated guidance on navigating the publication process and disseminating research findings.100+ new reference examples, including coverage for websites, social media and classroom resources, plus more than 40 new sample tables and figures.The recommendation for only one space after punctuation at the end of a sentence.
“The APA Style team has deftly incorporated a decade’s worth of research and user feedback into the new edition,” said APA Executive Publisher Jasper Simons. “Writers in classrooms, libraries, offices and coffee shops around the globe will find useful, relevant information as they craft their work.”
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