What is the difference between a source and a container?

What is the difference between a source and a 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. The title of the container is italicized and is followed by the comma since the information that follows describes the container.

What is considered a container?

A container is any receptacle or enclosure for holding a product used in storage, packaging, and shipping. Things kept inside of a container are protected by being inside of its structure. The term is most frequently applied to devices made from materials that are durable and are usually at least partly rigid.

What are the basic elements of MLA formatting?

Core ElementsAuthor.Title of source.Title of container,Other contributors,Version,Number,Publisher,Publication date,

What are the three basic parts of MLA citation?

MLA Citation GuideMLA Citation Components.Author.Title of Source.Title of Container.Other Contributors.Version.Number.Publisher.