Your bibliography will follow the format explained in Chapter 15. It should end up looking similar to the sample bibliography below. All sources cited in this sample are imaginary, but they follow the MLA citation style commonly used for research papers. The type of source is listed here in bold type above each citation. This labeling would not be present in your bibliography but is presented here for clarity.
Book by one author
Young, George. Athleticism and Self-Esteem. 2nd edition. New York, NY: Mulberry Press, Inc., 1999.
Book by two authors
Fredricks, Fred and Laura Wilst. All for the Team. Detroit, MI: Hoover, Inc., 2000.
Book by more than two authors
Mitchell, Rachel et al. We Feel Good About Ourselves. 4th edition. Chicago, IL: Applewood Press, 2004.
Spence, Paul E. “It All Starts Here.” National Educator February 2001: 15–19.
Dodd, Sheldon. “Natural Talent or Learned Enthusiasm?” Sociology Today 11.9 (2000): 89–93.
Dreland, Mae. “To Be a Jock: Long Term Implications” Freemarket News 12 May 2003: B6.
Ross, Emmett. “Kinesthiology.” The Real Encyclopedia. 2nd edition. 12 vols. New York, NY: Clement Press, 1996. 9:768.
Web site citation
Norman, Hugh. “The Best Reason To Get Involved.” My Time 04 Dec 2002.
wuntowun. “not feeling optimistic.” Online posting. 21 Jan 1999. 14 May 2004. <rec.people.general>
Yung, Joy. “Injury report.” E-mail to Hank Lester. 31 Oct 2003.
Chester, J. “Fitness Outcomes.” Online posting. 11 Nov 2000. My Time Forum. 23 Sep 2001 < http://forums.mytime.com/messages=19.7>
Abbot, Jim. “Re: What do you think.” Online posting. 09 Mar 1998. Special Ed. 30 Apr 1998 <email@example.com>
Final Game. Dir. Len Gordon. Perfs. Wanda Lee, Brett Guiness, Shelly Hartling. DVD. Jewel Pictures, 1997.
James, Flora. In-person interview. 02 July 2002.
Stewart, Floyd. “Boys Outside Mill Woods School.” Apr 1933. Photographs from the Springdale Museum & Archives. [http://springdaleweb.net/photo/1428468] (25 Oct 2003).