Editorial_Asgn_W11-Citations,_Annotations

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E:\My Documents\Courses-Undergrad\Com 201\Short Paper\Editorial\Editorial Asgn W11- Citations, Annotations.doc Com 201 Randy Beam Editorial Assignment – Examples of Citations, Annotations Example of annotated citation Below is an example of an annotated citation. Note that it summarizes the key point of the item. It goes beyond simply saying that the chapter was about a topic – in this case, newspaper profits. It summarizes what the chapter tells readers about those profits. Philip Meyer, “How Newspapers Make Money,” The Vanishing Newspaper: Saving Journalism in the Information Age, 2004 , pp. 34-46. Profit margins for newspapers in medium-sized markets have usually ranged from 20 percent to 40 percent, but new technologies are making it harder to achieve those margins. Publicly owned newspapers, in particular, are feeling pressure to maintain those high margins, even as it becomes more unrealistic to do so. An annotation that only describes the topic of a documentary will not be
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