Yes, there is questionable content, but the site is also filled with educational channels, snippets from evening news programs and even full-length documentaries on a range of interesting and scholarly subjects. But the title should be written in quotation marks. A container is anything that is a part of a larger body of works. This article was co-authored by. If the person who posted it was the original producer, try to find their first and last name. This is because the hosts videos by numerous speakers, so Clayton and Wilkins are not the uploaders.
As the next part, you have to mention the website name, i. Follow with the date of access. Article in an Online Scholarly Journal That Also Appears in Print Cite articles in online scholarly journals that also appear in print as you would a scholarly journal in print, including the page range of the article. Follow this with the information covered above for entire Web sites. The specific requirements for YouTube video citations vary depending on which citation style you use, however. Write the name out and follow it with a period.
YouTube videos can be a great source of information. See in the example below. List the author of the comment. Herein, we look at how to do this with. Guide to Literary and Critical Theory.
Finally, write the words Retrieved from, then paste the video's url. You can also mention the username. Please be sure to speak to your professor about the appropriate way to a website in your class assignments and projects. For instance, a video uploaded in 2016 by the cultural critic Anita Sarkeesian to her YouTube channel would be cited as follows: The trope of the sinister seductress is pervasive in video games Sarkeesian, 2016. Usually, the title of the page or article appears in a header at the top of the page. Jen has been a professional writer since 2002 in the education nonprofit industry.
Follow it with a comma. It is having basically two documentation systems, i. Shorten the video title in the. Be aware that if you would like to , there are other rules you need to follow. Name of the YouTube video In this style of citation, as a first thing, you have to mention the name of the video instead of the name of the person or company who have posted it. For this, you have to consider several pieces of information. Place of Publication Location of the publisher.
Not every Web page will provide all of the following information. Use a period after the title and enclose it in parentheses. This tells your reader that you're citing a comment, and not the video itself. Place a period after the closing parentheses of the year. For example, a film director, dance choreographer, orchestra conductor, etc. Add a comma after year. Include the person's YouTube username in brackets after their real name.
For example, the citation above shows that the quote is taken from ten seconds into the video. This style is easier compared to the other citation styles and uses a parenthetical style. It should be in the month-day-year format and add a comma after the year. See in the example below that the citation starts with the title of the YouTube video, followed by a comma and enclosed in quotation marks. Citing an Entire Web Site It is a good idea to list your date of access because web postings are often updated, and information available on one date may no longer be available later.
Start with the author's name. It should also be cited within the text if you are discussing the video within the body of your paper. She has worked as a freelance writer and editor since 2013, and joined the Scribbr team as an editor in June 2017. Then you can italicize the site name here, and follow it with another period. Course or Department Websites Give the instructor name.