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I have an article that was 1) orally transmitted 2) recorded and 3) translated.

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I have an article that was 1) orally transmitted 2) recorded and 3) translated. I'm not quiet sure how or who to cite in the references and in-text citations. Attached is the article in question.

Answered By: Linda Kern
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016     Views: 19

This is an excellent source, but a wicked citation.

Yang, C. (2011). 10 essentials of Yang Tai Chi Chuan / Recorder Chen Weiming (J. Karin, Trans.). Annals of Psychotherapy & Integrative Health, 14(3), 40-45. Retrieved from http://www.annalsofpsychotherapy.com

Here's my thought... http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2009/10/apa-style-for-citing-interviews.html says to stick with the format appropriate to the source.

Step 1: The source is a journal.

Step 2: It is also important to include the recorder (who is renowned also) and the translator. I used Ex. 70, APA p. 214, Transcription of a Recorded Interview, No Recording Available, for the recorder.

Step 3: I used Ex. 26, APA p. 204, Book Chapter, English Translation, Reprinted from Another Source for the translator.

Step 4: I verified the sequence of the surname and first name. Chinese puts the surname first, but sometimes it is reversed when translated.

(Don't forget the double spacing and hanging indent. This software doesn't format that.)

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