Annotated Bibliography

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annotated bibliography from 4 sources attached to this email, and mla style. There is a guide of how they wanted - summary, author evaluation, intended audience and overall evaluation. ( guide is also attached)


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For use in both the Foundational and Enhanced Annotated Bibliography aphy Assignments as well as the Synthes Synthesis Essay Annotated Bibliography assignment *Not Note N te:: For the Foundational and Enha te Enhanced anceed Annotated Bibliograph Bibliographies, g phiess, all sources should have been publishedd within the last five years rs. rs Katherine Kellen 2016 How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography – An annotated bibliography provides critical analysis of each source writers expect to use in their research. It helps writers ensure they have the range in sources they want and that their sources meet some quality standards. Each entry has two parts: 1) a Works Cited entry 2) an annotation 1) How to Write a Works Cited Entry in MLA Format – A Works Cited entry provides all the information readers would need to find the article, book, etc. themselves and read the full source. MLA is a style for recording the information that is used by most fields in the humanities. To write the Works Cited entry for your sources, you'll need to find the correct format for the kind of source you have by checking your MLA handbook, The Little Seagull. Spend time with the Works Cited study module in the ENC1101 Lab site for help with the trickier aspects of writing a Works Cited entry. Please be sure to space it correctly, use title capitalization for article and journal titles, and use a 12 point font. Here's an example: Goldschneider, Frank. “Nonfamily Living and the Impact on Divorce.” American Sociological Review, vol. 51, no. 2, Jan. 2010, pp. 541-554. Education Source, doi: 10.4838/asr.2017.51.2.541. Accessed 15 Apr. 2017. Why Couldn’t this Source be Used for the Foundational Ann. Bib. or the Enhanced Annotated Bib Project? While this source serves as a good model of MLA Works Cited formatting, it is too old to be used in the Research Process project. All sources for the Research Process project must have been published in the last five years. Goldschneider, Frank. “Nonfamily Living and the Impact on Divorce.” American Sociological Review, vol. 51, no. 2, Jan. 2010, pp. 541-554. Education Source, doi: 10.4838/asr.2017.51.2.541. Accessed 15 Apr. 2017. Which Titles are in Title Capitalization Format? – a) “How to Travel Six Days with One Suitcase.” Traveler’s Guide to Stress-free Vacations b) “How To Travel Six Days With One Suitcase.” Traveler’s Guide To Stress-free Vacations c) “How to travel six days with one suitcase.” Traveler’s guide to stress-free vacations Which Titles are in Title Capitalization Format? – a) “How to Travel Six Days with One Suitcase.” Traveler’s Guide to Stress-free Vacations b) “How To Travel Six Days With One Suitcase.” Traveler’s Guide To Stress-free Vacations c) “How to travel six days with one suitcase.” Traveler’s guide to stress-free vacations Only a) correctly follows all the rules of title capitalization formatting. Please be sure to follow these rules in your MLA Works Cited entries. 2) How to Write an Annotation There is more than one way to write a research annotation, but for both the Foundational Annotated Bibliography, the Enhanced Annotated Bibliography and the Synthesis Essay Annotated Bibliography, I'm going to require these four steps: – 1) Write a sentence summarizing the content of the article. This summary should be in your own words because your Annotated Bibliography needs to go through Turnitin.com, so avoid using quotations or borrowing from the source itself. It should just give an idea as to what your source covers, for example: This article explores data from the National Longitudinal Surveys of Young Women and Young Men to test a hypothesis that nonfamily living by young adults alters their attitudes, values, plans, and expectations, making them more likely to divorce as full-grown adults. 2) Write a sentence evaluating the authority and background of the author. Who wrote your source, and is he or she really qualified to speak about the issue? We use some generalizations to determine credibility. Many people find it useful to actually “Google" the author and see what biographical information they can find that way. Evaluate the author based upon his or her education, who he or she works for, or what institutions he or she is affiliated with, for example: The author, a researcher at the Rand Corporation and Brown University, is credible due to his position at a prestigious university. Stereotyping to Establish Credibility – My father used to say, your education is only as good as the teacher in front of the room. Big money and big reputation schools don’t always serve students well, but for the purposes of establishing credibility, it can be helpful to go by reputation. The “big wig” schools are more competitive about whom they hire, so arguably, their professors are at the top of their fields. If your author works for a “big wig” school, that can establish credibility. Let’s review some “big wig” schools… Which is an accurate list of the seven Ivy League schools? – a) Harvard, Yale, NYU, Johns Hopkins, Rollins, Columbia, Dartmouth b) Harvard, Yale, Stanford, MIT, Columbia, Princeton, Dartmouth, Cornell c) Harvard, Yale, Brown, Columbia, Princeton, University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth d) Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Columbia, Princeton, NYU, Stetson Which is an accurate list of the seven Ivy League schools? a) – Harvard, Yale, NYU, Johns Hopkins, Rollins, Columbia, Dartmouth b) Harvard, Yale, Stanford, MIT, Columbia, Princeton, Dartmouth, Cornell c) Harvard, Yale, Brown, Columbia, Princeton, University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth d) Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Columbia, Princeton, NYU, Stetson While all of these colleges and universities are quality, the “Ivy League” institutions have been around the longest and cluster around the ivy-prone East Coast. A school doesn’t have to be an Ivy League to create credibility (some people argue the opposite!); discussing the quality of an institution’s reputation is just one way to establish credibility. Other Institutions with Reputations that Establish Credibility – Take a few minutes to brainstorm or “Google” a list of famous educational institutions, financial institutions, business institutions, cultural institutions, etc., that have a reputation that could establish credibility for an author of an article. Identifying authors’ connections to prestigious institutions is a way to establish credibility. The best way to do this will be to “Google” each author’s name as you work to complete Step 2) of the annotations. How to Write an Annotation – 3) Write a sentence commenting on the intended audience. Who is the author trying to reach with his or her piece? This information lets you know the bias that the author may or may not be bringing to the piece. Is the source written to fellow professionals in the field? To readers of a reputable newspaper? To people of a particular interest group or political party? If you feel lost on this step, try Googling the title of the publication. Sometimes Wikipedia describes publications, or the publication will have a website you can explore. See how the publication describes itself and use that information to make your determination of intended audience. Who do you think would subscribe or go to that particular publication? That can help you decide the readers you think your author tries to reach. For example: The journal which published the article originally, American Sociological Review, is scholarly and published for a professional organization for sociologists. Additionally, this article is data-driven and often difficult to understand. Therefore, I think professional sociologists may be the intended audience. 4) Write a sentence evaluating the source overall. Is the source going to work for your essay? What category in your range of research does it fulfill? Maybe you already have too many articles that say the same thing. Maybe it is too difficult to understand. Maybe it is just what you need! End your annotation with this overall evaluation, for example: Overall, I think the article has great information and will be an asset to my research project because it provides strong research evidence. Be sure to put your sources in alphabetical order by how each Works Cited entry begins. Use 12 point font and double space the document. Don’t copy my language either; remember, this will go through Turnitin, and you shouldn’t match my words about the authors or the overall evaluation. Your Name Make the language strictly your own. Due Date English 1101 – Dr. Kellen Annotated Bibliography Goldschneider, Frank. “Nonfamily Living and the Impact on Divorce.” American Sociological Review, vol. 51, no. 2, Jan. 2010, pp. 541-554. Education Source, doi: 10.4838/asr.2017.51.2.541. Accessed 15 Apr. 2017. This article explores data from the National Longitudinal Surveys of Young Women and Young Men to test a hypothesis that nonfamily living by young adults alters their attitudes, values, plans, and expectations, making them more likely to divorce as full-grown adults. The author, a researcher at the Rand Corporation and Brown University, is credible due to his position at a prestigious university. The journal which published the article originally, American Sociological Review, is scholarly and published for a professional organization for sociologists. Additionally, this article is data-driven and often difficult to understand. Therefore, I think professional sociologists may be the intended audience. Overall, I think the article has great information and will be an asset to my research project because it provides strong research evidence. Tarpy, Ellen. “Divorce in America.” Time Magazine, 23 May 2016, 17. Academic Search Complete, http://db26.linccweb.org/login?url= http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=9701061568&site=ehost-live. Accessed 13 Apr. 2017. This article discusses... and on and on for all sources! The steps to the annotation, used in both the Found. Ann. Bib., the Enh. Ann. Bib. or the Synthesis Essay Ann. Bib., are: – a) summary and author evaluation b) summary, author evaluation, intended audience, and overall evaluation c) summary and overall decision as to whether or not to use it d) summary and intended audience The steps to the annotation, used in both the Found. Ann. Bib., the Enh. Ann. Bib. and the Synthesis Essay Ann. Bib., are: – a) summary and author evaluation b) summary, author evaluation, intended audience, and overall evaluation c) summary and overall decision as to whether or not to use it d) summary and intended audience ...
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