How do Write Footnotes and Endnotes in MLA Style
Turabian Bibliographic Form: Footnote/Endnote Style from Georgetown University
In-text or parenthetical citations generally include a signal phrase (usually the author's name) to alert the author you are using someone's ideas and a reference (usually the page number).
Rose (1994) noted, rap music has both overt and covert political dimensions: "Rap's poetic voice is deeply political in context and spirit, but its hidden struggle--that of access to public space and community resources and the interpretations of Black expression--constitutes rap's hidden politics" (p. 145).
In the past twenty years, hip-hop culture and especially its most popular form of expression, rap music, have spread "from the margins to mainstream" (Stapleton 219).
A bibliography or works cited page is a list of references or citations used to write a paper or project. It is a list at the end of a paper and gives the reader the basic information they would need to find those items such as the book title, author, journal title, articles title, year, etc..
What is an annotated bibliography?
An annotated bibliography has two parts 1) a list of works with the citation information and, 2) a descriptive or evaluative paragraph about each work.
How do I cite things like interviews, emails, etc.?
When you are using non-standard sources of information it can be more difficult to cite these sources. The official style manual will be the best resource for a complete description of how to cite. Here are a few web sites with information:
Tip: Use a search engine, like Google, and search for "APA citation ERIC document" or "MLA citation interview" to find more examples.