What is Title Source?

What is Title Source?

The title of source is the second core element in the Works Cited entry and it is required for every work you cite. In general, the title of a work is taken from the title page of the publication. List the full title as it is written on the source.

What is the difference between title of source and title of container?

A title is placed in quotation marks if the source is part of a larger work such as a journal article. The title of the container is italicized, followed by a comma, since the information that comes next describes the container. A source may have two containers such as a magazine article found in a database.

What’s a container title?

Title of Container, The container is where the material that you are looking for is housed. If the source that is documented is part of a larger whole, the larger whole is the container that holds the source.

What does containers mean in MLA 8?

According to the official MLA Style Center, a container is: “When the source being documented forms part of a larger whole, the larger whole can be thought of as a container that holds the source.” Knowing what containers are and how to use them is key in accurately citing a source.