AnnotatedBibliography

AnnotatedBibliography - How to create an annotated...

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How to create an annotated bibliography: This assignment is designed to help you identify and keep track of useful sources for your research project. As you look around, you will undoubtedly consult many more sources than you will choose to use. For this assignment, you should submit notes on a minimum of five sources that you intend to use (all text based sources such as a book, book chapter, magazine, newspaper, and/or academic and/or scholarly journal). Please indicate the title, author and date of publication for each source using standard MLA formatting and answer the following questions: What is the source about? Who/what is the source and what is the source's relationship to the subject? What makes this source credible? What does the source say or what point of view does it take? (Summarize the argument if an argument is being made.) What have you learned from this source? How has the source advanced your thinking about your subject? What do you plan to use from this source when you write up your research? (Provide a few quotes or examples) Here are some samples: Lachmann, Richard. “Crimes of Style: Urban Graffiti and the politics of Criminality”. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture . (1993). Retrieved 12 October 2008. < http://www.albany.edu/scj/jcjpc/vol3is4/style.html > This article is taken from the Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, a source so specific it cannot possibly better fit the subject matter I am researching (or that this class is researching, for that matter). The author takes the stance that graffiti artists drew their styles
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