- What are Citations?
- Citing Books
- Citing Articles
- Citing Websites
- Other Common Sources
- Putting it Together
- In-text Citations
Many interviews are published in a book, as part of a DVD, etc. Always start your citation with the name of the person interviewed and then include the name of the interviewer. At the end of the citation, add information about the book, DVD, etc. where you found the interview. Here's an example for an interview with Frank Lloyd Wright from a video titled Frank Lloyd Wright:
Here's another example: an interview with Michael Pollan that was published in the magazine The Progressive. I found this article in the ProQuest database.
If you interview a person directly and want to cite that for your research, you include the name of the person interviewed and
the date of the interview. Here's an example for an interview with Bellevue College President Jean Floten: