Images that we might want to use here are almost always going to be copyright violations that have no Fair Use protection, since using an image simply as an informational reference isn't protected by Fair Use. Other transformative uses like parody, that are protected, just don't apply to our site.
As a rule of thumb, quoting a complete "item" is going beyond Fair Use, because it no longer requires the reader to have access to a legit copy in order to use it and benefit financially (by not having to buy the book/subscription). Such uses are very unlikely to be covered by Fair Use since they are more than necessary. A quote should always be the very minimum necessary for clarity. Generally, it can be assumed that both asker and answerer have access to the text and should use citations to refer to it, to avoid quoting anything. When quoting is absolutely necessary to make it clear what is being discussed, a very small extract is all that is "necessary".
This only applies to copyrighted material that we can't use under license, of course.