Do you cite an interview in APA?
Frequently asked questions about APA Style citations Should interviews be included in an APA reference list? Interviews you conducted yourself are not included in your reference list, but instead cited in the text as personal communications. Published or recorded interviews are included in the reference list.
How do you cite an anonymous interview?
Interviewee Name: (lastname, firstname middle) along with identifying information of interviewee, in parentheses (e.g. job title or company name). Exclude if interviewee wishes to remain anonymous. Interviewer Name: (firstname middlename lastname), preceded by ‘interview with’, ‘discussion with’, or ‘interviewed by’.
How do you cite an anonymous source?
If “Anonymous” is the identified author of a work (versus there being no stated author), cite “Anonymous” in the citation instead of the author’s last name (American Psychological Association, 2010, p. 177). For example, (Anonymous, 2005, p. 42).
Do you use quotation marks when referencing?
Use single quotation marks to indicate direct quotations and the definition of words. In quoted passages follow the original spelling, punctuation etc. Longer quotations should start on a separate line, with no quotation marks, and indented throughout. Do not italicize quotations.