The AAPCAppE consists of five sub-corpora. Therefore, the AAPCAppE should be cited with multiple bibliographic entries, which should include the AAPCAppE itself (1), and an individual bibliographic entry for each sub-corpus (2)-(6), according to the sub-corpus or sub-corpora which the cited data derive from. Thus, citing the AAPCAppE involves a minimum of two and a maximum of six bibliographic entries. Here is the proper citation as of April 1, 2019:
(1) Tortora, Christina, Beatrice Santorini, Frances Blanchette, & C.E.A. Diertani. 2017. The Audio-Aligned and Parsed Corpus of Appalachian English (AAPCAppE), version 0.1. URL: www.aapcappe.org
In addition: any or all of the following, according to the sub-corpus or sub-corpora which the cited data derive from:
(2) ALC: Alice Lloyd College Appalachian Oral History Project. Pippa Passes, KY.
(3) AOHP: Appalachian Oral History Project. Appalachian State University, Boone, NC.
(4) DOHP: Dante Oral History Project. Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.
(5) JHC: Joseph Hall Collection. Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.
(6) SKCTC: Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College Appalachian Archive. Cumberland, KY.
Furthermore, any sentence token(s) cited should be accompanied by a citation within the text which follows the format exemplified by the following token identifier from the SKCTC sub-collection, where in this example, EA refers to the interviewee and 1,.455 refers to the token number within the SKCTC collection: