ENG101 LTU Causes of Anti-Vaccination Movement essay

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Everything you need to know will be attached in a document so please read it so you will know everything you need to know. Also the annotated bib is due Wednesday which is basically the sources so it would need to be something you would do(I'll pay extra if need be) i will also attach that in a document so you know what to do. I will just put 8 pages but you do not have to write 8 pages. just write however much you need and if you need more that's fine!!! If ou write in less than 8 pages then that money towards the pages can cover the annotated bib.

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Annotated Bibliography Due Date: See Schedule Value: 4 journal entries Assignment Description. According to the Cornell University Library’s website, “An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited.” I would add that these sources are ones you plan to use in a piece of academic scholarship, such as a research paper. You can see an example in the Course Manual (p. 95-96). The Sources. Your research paper requires four articles devoted to exploring the problem or situation you analyzing/defining, so your annotated bibliography must contain the sources you are using in your paper. You may include ONE textbook from, for example, your psychology, family dynamics, or sociology course, if it significantly contributes to your discussion. DO NOT USE DICTIONARIES OR ENCYCLOPEDIAS! (See note on restrictions below) The sources on your annotated bibliography MUST appear in your paper. Additional sources must be approved. Restrictions. Please do NOT include sources as student research essays, 123helpme.com, or overviews unless these overviews appear in one of the library’s databases. DO NOT use any unapproved sources such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, or wiktionaries. Preliminary Research. I recommend that you “read around” about your chosen topic, perhaps scanning lists of titles in a keyword search in one of the relevant databases and/or skimming articles online to help you narrow your topic to something interesting that can be developed into a 3-4 page essay. For instance, a topic search on “Effects of Teen Pregnancy on Young Parents” may lead to different findings than “Financial Impact of Teen Pregnancy” or “Results of Teen Pregnancy.” Take a little time to browse in your topic and develop a focus inside your subject matter. Evaluating Sources. While figuring out what makes an acceptable source is largely a matter of practice, there are a few key features to look for. Did you locate the source in one of Tech’s library databases? Does the source have a works cited page and other features of academic writing, such as quotations from other experts? Does the source have charts, tables, diagrams that attempt to convey complex data clearly? Was the article published by an academic press or specialized journal devoted to scholarship on the subject? Does the title “sound” academic, containing hints about the academic nature of the article and its content? If you have questions about what these qualities mean, here is a resource that may help. On the other hand, your search for counterarguments can’t be entirely biased websites attached to Breitbart; although those sorts of sources have their uses, try to find somewhat credible sources for your counterclaim materials. If you have questions about the validity of a source, come see me. MLA style. Don’t forget to check your citation format. I recommend Purdue’s Online Writing Lab (OWL).
Annotated Bibliography Due Date: See Schedule Value: 4 journal entries Assignment Description. According to the Cornell University Library’s website, “An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited.” I would add that these sources are ones you plan to use in a piece of academic scholarship, such as a research paper. You can see an example in the Course Manual (p. 95-96). The Sources. Your research paper requires four articles devoted to exploring the problem or situation you analyzing/defining, so your annotated bibliography must contain the sources you are using in your paper. You may include ONE textbook from, for example, your psychology, family dynamics, or sociology course, if it significantly contributes to your discussion. DO NOT USE DICTIONARIES OR ENCYCLOPEDIAS! (See note on restrictions below) The sources on your annotated bibliography MUST appear in your paper. Additional sources must be approved. Restrictions. Please do NOT include sources as student research essays, 123helpme.com, or overviews unless these overviews appear in one of the library’s databases. DO NOT use any unapproved sources such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, or wiktionaries. Preliminary Research. I recommend that you “read around” about your chosen topic, perhaps scanning lists of titles in a keyword search in one of the relevant databases and/or skimming articles online to help you narrow your topic to something interesting that can be developed into a 3-4 page essay. For instance, a topic search on “Effects of Teen Pregnancy on Young Parents” may lead to different findings than “Financial Impact of Teen Pregnancy” or “Results of Teen Pregnancy.” Take a little time to browse in your topic and develop a focus inside your subject matter. Evaluating Sources. While figuring out what makes an acceptable source is largely a matter of practice, there are a few key features to look for. Did you locate the source in one of Tech’s library databases? Does the source have a works cited page and other features of academic writing, such as quotations from other experts? Does the source have charts, tables, diagrams that attempt to convey complex data clearly? Was the article published by an academic press or specialized journal devoted to scholarship on the subject? Does the title “sound” academic, containing hints about the academic nature of the article and its content? If you have questions about what these qualities mean, here is a resource that may help. On the other hand, your search for counterarguments can’t be entirely biased websites attached to Breitbart; although those sorts of sources have their uses, try to find somewhat credible sources for your counterclaim materials. If you have questions about the validity of a source, come see me. MLA style. Don’t forget to check your citation format. I recommend Purdue’s Online Writing Lab (OWL).
Annotated Bibliography Due Date: See Schedule Value: 4 journal entries Assignment Description. According to the Cornell University Library’s website, “An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited.” I would add that these sources are ones you plan to use in a piece of academic scholarship, such as a research paper. You can see an example in the Course Manual (p. 95-96). The Sources. Your research paper requires four articles devoted to exploring the problem or situation you analyzing/defining, so your annotated bibliography must contain the sources you are using in your paper. You may include ONE textbook from, for example, your psychology, family dynamics, or sociology course, if it significantly contributes to your discussion. DO NOT USE DICTIONARIES OR ENCYCLOPEDIAS! (See note on restrictions below) The sources on your annotated bibliography MUST appear in your paper. Additional sources must be approved. Restrictions. Please do NOT include sources as student research essays, 123helpme.com, or overviews unless these overviews appear in one of the library’s databases. DO NOT use any unapproved sources such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, or wiktionaries. Preliminary Research. I recommend that you “read around” about your chosen topic, perhaps scanning lists of titles in a keyword search in one of the relevant databases and/or skimming articles online to help you narrow your topic to something interesting that can be developed into a 3-4 page essay. For instance, a topic search on “Effects of Teen Pregnancy on Young Parents” may lead to different findings than “Financial Impact of Teen Pregnancy” or “Results of Teen Pregnancy.” Take a little time to browse in your topic and develop a focus inside your subject matter. Evaluating Sources. While figuring out what makes an acceptable source is largely a matter of practice, there are a few key features to look for. Did you locate the source in one of Tech’s library databases? Does the source have a works cited page and other features of academic writing, such as quotations from other experts? Does the source have charts, tables, diagrams that attempt to convey complex data clearly? Was the article published by an academic press or specialized journal devoted to scholarship on the subject? Does the title “sound” academic, containing hints about the academic nature of the article and its content? If you have questions about what these qualities mean, here is a resource that may help. On the other hand, your search for counterarguments can’t be entirely biased websites attached to Breitbart; although those sorts of sources have their uses, try to find somewhat credible sources for your counterclaim materials. If you have questions about the validity of a source, come see me. MLA style. Don’t forget to check your citation format. I recommend Purdue’s Online Writing Lab (OWL).

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