Now by Miguel Music Video Analysis

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you don't even need to type it. find the research and just copy and cite the sources as it is done in sample. you don't need to create the bibliography. Just watch the 3 minutes video by NOW-by Miguel, and point out 3 important ideas from that music.

find at least 3 peer reviewed sources in the research that explore these three important ideas.

i have attached the sample bibliography, so you can see how others did, and how it must be done

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Annotated Bibliography Speech 2 ©Usmani & Hashmi Professor Spence SPCH 1311-86001 24 July 2017 Idema, W. L. (2012). Old tales for new times: Some comments on the cultural translation of china's four great folktales in the twentieth century. Taiwan Journal of East Asian Studies, 9 (17), no.1, 25-46. Idema talks about the history and culture behind the four great Chinese folktales. He discusses how they have all developed over time and the changing purposes they served as China moved into modern times. He writes about the multiple symbolic meanings and interpretations people can draw from each story in relation to China’s history and older ways of life. He touches on the idea of drama and fiction in modern China versus literature in premodern China. He concludes by addressing the folktales’ possible role as a reminder of the culturally vibrant Chinese past. In-Text Citation: (Idema, 2012). Idema (2012) Verbal Citation: Idema (2012), a scholar and sinologist teaching at Harvard University specializing in Chinese drama and literature, explains that, these four stories were selected as "the four great folktales". McLaren, A. E. (2009). Meng Jiangnü brings down the great wall: Ten versions of a Chinese legend. NAN NU -- Men, Women & Gender In Early & Imperial China, 11(2), 302-304. doi:10.1163/138768009X12586661923108 A review of the book "Meng Jiangnü Brings Down the Great Wall: Ten Versions of a Chinese Legend," by Wilt L. Idema is presented in this article as well as commentary on an insightful and informative introduction by Idema and a stimulating article by Haiyan Lee. McLaren discusses the anthology of the book as well as the different takes and interpreted views on Meng Jiangnü’s story. The suffering of the woman weeping for her dead husband rapidly became part of the emancipatory and feminist agenda of the May Fourth reformers as the story of Meng Jiangnü was considered “the founding legend of the May Fourth folklore movement.” In-Text Citation: (McLaren, 2009). McLaren (2009) Verbal Citation: McLaren (2009), a Professor of Chinese Studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia, specializes in Chinese performance traditions and popular fiction, in her book review on the story of Lady Meng, McLaren discusses how Meng is seen as an individual liberating voice acting outside the structures of power. Pruech, M. (2009). The legend of Mengjiangnu. Calliope, 20(3), 19. The tragic romance story of the legendary character, Lady Meng, also known as Meng Jiangnü, is the focus of this article. Lady Meng Jiang and Fan Qiliang, a young moral man, fall in love and get married. Shortly after the marriage, imperial troops seized Fan Qiliang and force him to work on building the Great Wall of China. Distraught, Meng Jiangnü set out for the Great Wall. But, when she reached the area known today as Shanhaiguan Pass, it was too late. Her husband was already dead, and Lady Meng eventually commits suicide. The story revolves around the themes of forced labor and the power of love. In-text Citation: (Pruech, 2009). Pruech (2009) Verbal Citation: Dr. Pruech (2009), is a Research Associate and researches material culture in and narrates the legend of Lady Meng Jiang and her ultimate fidelity to her husband. Timm, L. (2014). The Butterfly Lovers: A look at china’s Romeo and Juliet. The Epoch Times Zhu, the only girl out of her eight siblings, was taught to read and write by her loving father. Having a passion for education, Zhu dresses up as a male to gain access to a school. Within three years of her stay there, she meets the handsome young man, Liang Shanbo and falls in love. When she finally leaves school, Liang discovers her true identity and realizes his own love for her. He seeks her ought only to find that she is engaged to Ma Wecai to enforce a stronger familial alliance. He falls ill due to grief and passes away. When Yingtai visits his grave on her wedding day to Ma, the earth near the grave splits open and pulls her in. Two butterflies miraculously appear from the crack, showing the reunification of the couple in the afterlife. In-Text Citation: (Timm, 2014). Timm (2014) Verbal Citation: Timm (2014), a reporter for the Epoch Times specializes in the topics of Chinese current events, history, and traditional culture explains how a young female named Zhu Yingtai met her star-crossed lover. MUSIC VIDEO-“Now” by miguel ▪ View the movie and/or the music video ➢ Make a list of 3 important (3 ideas per person) ideas discussed in the movie/music video (Please review the key terms list on campus). ▪ Each group member will utilize at least 2 peer reviewed sources in their research that explore these ideas. ➢ Select a topic. ▪ Discuss topic ideas with your partner and select a topic (Example Topic: Power, Gender and Sexual Harassment) ▪ Confirm topic with your partner and write a specific purpose. ▪ Get your topic and specific purpose approved by your instructor. ➢ Create an annotated bibliography for each of your 2 written sources (4 total). ...
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