Citing Newspaper Clippings
November 16, 2004 9:51 AM Subscribe
When writing a research paper, how do you deal with bound volumes of newspaper clippings? Some of the clippings themselves have no information on them, while others have all of the identifying information (what newspaper it actually came from, date, etc. etc.). My problem is not with the info on the clippings themselves (god knows I've dealt with that before), but the fact that the bound nature of the clippings creates a new "source" in and of itself. I'm not sure when to reference the fact that they came from the bound volume. Help me librarians/researchers/fellow grad students!
posted by stefnet to writing & language (4 answers total)
I think I may be making this more complicated than it is in my head, but I will be happy with any responses that either verify that or show me something I hadn't thought of.