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Research Methods (8th edition)

Reference List
(Audiovisual and Electronic Media)

Audiovisual material includes TV and radio performances, video and audio recordings, and films. Electronic media include web site information, data and correspondence files archived on-line, and on-line journals.

Details of Format

The general format for audiovisual material is to list (1) the author(s) of the material, (2) the date it was published, (3) the title of the project, (4) the type of material in brackets (e.g., film, CD, etc.), and (5) a source for the material in parentheses. 

The general format for electronic material is to list (1) the author(s) of the material, (2) the date it was published, (3) the title of the material, and (4) the electronic address for the material.

Examples

The Rolling Stones. (1986). Hot Rocks 1964-1971 [CD].

American Psychological Association. (1992). Psychology: Understanding ourselves; understanding each other [video cassette]. (Available from the American Psychological Association Book Store, Washington, DC)

CBS Evening News. (1998, September 17). New York: CBS.

Raulin, M. L. (2003). Abnormal Psychology Web Site. Available: www.ablongman.com/raulin