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DdA REFERENCE FORMAT FOR DANCE Elsie Ivancich Dunin Candi Harrington deAlaiza Tempe, Arizona 2010(a)DdA reference format for dance 2010 EDITION IS A REVISION OF THE 1989 VOLUME 2010(a) IS AN UPDATE (FIRST FIELD) OF THE 2010 EDITION COPYRIGHT © 1988, 1989, 2010 by DUNIN and deALAIZA ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ISBN 978- 1 -4507-0847-0 Correspondence about, or requests to reproduce or reprint this revised edition, should be addressed to: Professor E. Dunin Cross-Cultural Dance Resources, Inc. CCDR Business Office School of Dance Arizona State University P.O. Box 870304 Tempe, Arizona 85287-0304 U.S.A.DdA REFERENCE FORMAT FOR DANCE TABLE OF CONTENTS page ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 4 PREFACE 5 INTRODUCTION 7 Six fields of a reference 8 Field one: author/creator/facilitator 9 Field two: year 12 Field three: title 13 limited access titles 15 extension of third field 15 Field four: place 17 Field five: publisher/facilitator 18 Field six: additional information 19 Public access and Limited access 21 Comparative reference styles 22 REFERENCE LIST EXAMPLES PUBLIC ACCESS – TEXT (books in hardcopy, electronic) 24 Single author Single author with surname not inverted Two authors More than two or three authors Corporate author Without author or editor – publisher as author/facilitator Listing by author when book is edited Listed by editor Multiple publishers Without place of publication Without author, date [!] place of publication [– :], publisher [–.] Reprint of an edition New edition: translation into English Multi-volume book Multi-volume book with separate title Monograph in a series Dance education study guide Bibliography Master's thesis Doctoral dissertation Dissertation publishedDdA REFERENCE FORMAT FOR DANCE TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 PUBLIC ACCESS – OTHER TEXT EXAMPLES 28 Booklet Pamphlet Circular Brochure Leaflet Flyer Liner notes PUBLIC ACCESS – VISUAL SOURCES (film: stills and motion) 30 Photographic – slides, photos Photographic – postcard Pictorial in a series CD-ROM images PUBLIC ACCESS – AUDIOVISUAL AND AUDIO SOURCES 31 Listed by producer/director Video copy of a film DVD copy of film Videocassette Audiodisc Audiocassette Compact disc (CD) PUBLIC ACCESS – VISUAL OBJECT 33 Pictorial Sculpture Artifact PUBLIC ACCESS – "SECTION/PART" of a WHOLE text 34 Of a book by a single author Of a book by multiple authors Of an edited book with multiple authors Of a book with one editor, author and translator Of an unedited book with multiple authors Of an edited book with multiple editors In a reference work In an edited monograph series In an annual Reprint of an article, and reprint translated into another language In a journal, yearbook, magazine, or newspaper In a journal; article title not in English In an anthology of articles In a collection of symposium presentations – Chinese name examples In a newsletter (without author or editor listed), publisher as first field In a newspaper (without author or editor listed), with facilitator as first field In a new series In press, or forthcoming English summary of an article in another language Review of a book Review of a film Review of a film onlineDdA REFERENCE FORMAT FOR DANCE TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 Report online Abstract of a paper presented at a scholarly meeting Program notes LIMITED ACCESS – TEXT 39 Manuscript submitted for publication Unpublished manuscript Research paper presented at a professional meeting (such as symposium or conference) Interview, oral history on file in archives Handwritten text: diary/journal, letter, field notes Electronic communication for textual e-mail, blog, Twitter, Facebook LIMITED ACCESS – NON-TEXT 41 Dance notation score in archives Dance music notation in private collection Slide or photograph in archives Slide or photograph in private collection Motion picture (as a filmed record) Video DVD YouTube Audio-recorded field notes, interview Taped interview Museum holdings Artifact in private collection LIMITED ACCESS – EXPERIENTIAL, ORAL COMMUNICATION 43 Public lecture Conference presentation Class, workshop Direct participation in a dance event Choreographic work performed As a performer Performance of a dance ensemble Telephone interview Personal communication Informal conversation INDEX 45 EXAMPLE OF IN-TEXT CITATION 49 Explanation Sample text Sample endnotes Sample references citedDdA REFERENCE FORMAT FOR DANCE 4 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors gratefully acknowledge the many people who helped with the earliest preparation of this reference format, by reading it and offering suggestions, by using early drafts in the classroom, by following the format in their own writing, and by accepting articles to be published so that feedback could be obtained. We are grateful to Larry Sullivan, Annette MacDonald, Nancy Ruyter, Stanley Dunin, and to the UCLA Department of Dance graduate students during the 1980s for their contributions to the early working drafts. With the revised version of DdA reference format, we are especially thankful for the valuable suggestions and probing questions posed by Professor Judy Van Zile and her dance students at the University of Hawaii, to Mark Forry for his comparative view of this format and that used by ethnomusicologists, to William C. Reynolds for his eye for detail, to the editorial board of the UCLA dance ethnology journal, and to the faculty of the UCLA Department of Dance, especially to Professor Emma Lew Thomas and her graduate class in Research and Bibliography. Every nitty-gritty editorial comment or suggestion from fresh eyes and viewpoints was gratefully received in hopes of making the DdA useful for future dance scholarship. Aside from student papers and master theses, the DdA model began to be used for cited references by 1988 in the UCLA dance ethnology journal and continued until the discontinuation of that graduate student journal in 1995. Another publication at UCLA, using the DdA format was the 1991 compilation Dance sources, UCLA libraries and archives, with 6123 dance listings, also compiled with the assistance of graduate students. Internationally,


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