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After reading chapter 29 I learned how to build up an effective bibliography. The purposes of bibliography are: It keeps me on track about which sources I have examine and which I intend to examine, and it helps me identify the sources I have used by recording detailed information about each source, like the title of the source, the author’s name, and date of the issue. The approach of compiling a working bibliography and taking notes in quotation, paraphrase, and summary form benefit the researcher because by giving a quotation you actually giving a direct example with the author’s exact words, the benefit of paraphrase is that you explaining or translating the author’s
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Unformatted text preview: idea but into your own words, and the summarizing gives you the chance to display the author’s main concepts and ideas. The more information you record from your sources, the more time you will save. Also the chapter showing us how to start a working bibliography, first by choosing a method for compiling our working bibliography, second keep careful records, and last recording what we need. The disadvantage is it is always hard for me to reform or reconstruct somebody else’s words or ideas to my own. I am impressed with Ashley’s post since she explains the topic very well and she provide some good examples which they were very useful....
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2010 for the course ENGLISH E 105 taught by Professor Russo during the Spring '10 term at A.T. Still University.

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