In-text citations

Paraphrasing

Sherman-Palladino and Mancuso (2002) wrote an episode of the Gilmore girls that dealt with anxiety issues…

Direct quote

Place direct quotes between single quotation marks ' ' and provide the year and a timestamp to indicate the exact starting point of the quote.

'Loralai, how is your anxiety today?' (Sherman-Palladino & Mancuso 2002, min. 09.25).

Reference list

TEMPLATE

Primary Contributor (role) Year, ‘Episode number OR title’, Title of series, Form, Production/Distribution Company, broadcast date OR DOI/URL.

TELEVISION BROADCAST

Sherman-Palladino, A (writer) & Mancuso, G (director) 2002, ‘Application anxiety’, Gilmore girls, television series episode, Nine Network, 12 June 2012.

ONLINE VIDEO

Horowitz, A (writer) & Orme, S. (director) 2014, ‘The eternity ring’, Foyle’s war, television series video file, ABC TV, viewed 9 February 2013, http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/view/79688397

DVD (SINGLE EPISODE)

Gilligan, V (writer) & MacLaren, M (director) 2012, ‘Madrigal’, Breaking bad, television series episode, DVD, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, California.

DVD (WHOLE SERIES)

Gilligan, V (producer) 2008-2013, Breaking bad, television series, DVD, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, California.

  • Give name/s of episode’s principal contributors (e.g., director and/or writer) and their roles in brackets, as the author. Give the name of the producer when referencing an entire series.
  • The episode title appears in single quote marks, no italics. Examples above show various roles to illustrate options. Give the series title (in italics) and form.
  • BROADCAST: Give station and broadcast date.
  • ONLINE: Give URL of site where you viewed item.
  • DVD: Give studio and year of production (or year range for whole series).