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Citation examples and recommendations DELAMAN 2006 Heidi Johnson Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America
General observations • The crucial concern is making sure that readers can locate the cited work. • There are typically two main creators to be acknowledged: the researcher and the speaker. • Often, esp. w/older resources, only the researcher's name is known. • Academics probably want to see their resources listed under their names first.
Questions • Cite by bundle (recording+texts) or by component (recording only)? • Different people create different components, so components may not sort together. • Can we dispense with access time&date, on the grounds that archived resources are permanent? • Does it matter what the specific format is? • It might not be wav 100 years from now, but it will still be audio.
Example 1:Researcher first Sherzer, Joel. (1970.) "Report from a curing specialist." Oluwiktinappi, (Performer.) KUA001R004. Audio+text. Access=public. Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America: www.ailla.utexas.org.
Example 2:Researcher & speaker together Sherzer, Joel and Olowiktinappi. (1970). "Report from a curing specialist." KUA001R004. Audio+text. Access=public. Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America:www.ailla.utexas.org.
Example 3:List components separately Speaker first for recordings; researcher first for texts • Oluwiktinappi. (1970.) "Report from a curing specialist." KUA001R004I001.mp3. Audio. [etc.] • Sherzer, Joel. (1970.) "Report from a curing specialist." KUA001R004I001.pdf. Text. [etc.]
Example 4:Speaker first; researcher analogous to editor of book Olowiktinappi. (1970). "Report from a curing specialist." Joel Sherzer, (Researcher.) [etc.]
Example 5:Reference to one segment of a multi-part resource Mattei, Marie-Claude. (1994). "Hodï Word List." YAU001R003I002.wav. Audio. Part 2 of 5. Access=public. Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America:www.ailla.utexas.org.
Example 6:Reference to just the interlinear text portion of a resource Johnson, Heidi and Germán Sánchez Morales. (1997). "Satornino y los soldados." ZOH001R011I001.pdf. Interlinear text. Audio available. Access=public. Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America:www.ailla.utexas.org.
Citation components I • Primary responsibility. The name of the person(s) who have primary responsibility for creating the resource. • Date created. Year only. • Title • Subordinate responsibility. The collector, depositor, project, etc. if relevant and not already in (1).
Citation components II • Archive. Full name + web site or address. • UID or Catalog number. The identifier used to locate the resource in the collection. • Type of resource: Audio, text, video, photo, etc. List all the types in a bundle. • Availability and access. Access = public or restricted. (Details can be gotten at the archive if it's restricted.)
Guidelines adapted from: • The International Standards Organization: www.nlc-bnc.ca/iso/tc46sc9/index.htm • MLA Style Guide FAQ: www.mla.org/publications/style/style_faq/style_faq4.