Every time you use someone else's ideas (even if you explain the idea in your own words) give credit in your bibliography *and* in the text of your paper.
The American Anthropological Association has its own citation style and paper format, described in the AAA Style Guide.
AAA Style Guide is based primarily on the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th Edition. When the AAA Style Guide above doesn't specify a rule, you can follow Chicago Style. See Chicago Manual of Style Online.
To format citations in the text of your anthropology paper:
Both direct and indirect quotes should include page numbers.
To cite an interview:
To format your bibliography:
Here is a citation of a journal article in an AAA References Cited list, with all parts of the citation labeled:
Chicago/Turabian citation examples are also available.
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