Annotated Bibliography and outline

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Writing Assignment 3: Outline/Annotated Bibliography Due October 11

The topic of the paper is how disability is affected by the media

  1. Create a formal, detailed outline of your paper.

“A formal outline can help writers refine ideas in the prewriting process by organizing key points of any serious writing into a clear, logical framework and by keeping writers from wandering off the topic. It serves as the blueprint of a to-be-finished product. Most students find that producing a well-organized outline before they begin to compose will make the writing task easy.” (University of Minnesota)

https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/the_writing_process/developing_an_outline/types_of_outlines.html

  1. Create an annotated bibliography that includes at least 5 academic, outside research sources (the textbook does not count as a source) and a summary of each source. https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/common_...

“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.” (Cornell University)

  • Both the outline and the annotated bibliography MUST be submitted in the SAME document.
  • There are samples of an annotated bibliography and a formal outline posted at Handouts and Help at the class Blackboard site.


Research Sources

You may also use essays from Everything’s an Argument with Readings for this assignment. Your research sources must be college-level sources. You MAY NOT use the following sources:

  • Dictionaries (online or in print)
  • Encyclopedias (online or in print)
  • Wikipedia
  • Study guides
  • Papers written by other students (online or in print)

For information about appropriate sources, visit the Handouts and Help at the Blackboard class site.


Format

  • Be sure to use in-text citations for ALL quotes and examples from the text. In addition, you MUST have a Works Cited page at the end of your writing assignment.
  • ALL assignments must be submitted in proper MLA format. For help with MLA style guidelines, read Chapter 22 in EAA and visit the Purdue OWL website and search for MLA: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
  • Do not use first person (I, we, us, our) or second person (you, your, you’re). Academic writing often requires the use of third person and a formal tone; in this course, I want you to practice this type of formal writing. College-level papers should always be written in third person, using a formal tone, unless the assignment/professor specifies otherwise.
  • 7 pages

Tutor Answer

Rehema74
School: UT Austin

Attached.

Outline
TOPIC: HOW DISABILITY IS AFFECTED BY THE MEDIA
I. INTRODUCTION
A. Define Disability and clearly define the problem
B. Background information on the issue
1. Explore how the media has portrayed disability in the issue
2. Clearly demonstrate why this depiction is problematic
3. Thesis statement: Due to the fact that disability does not meet the supposedly
“normal” constructs of society people with disability are often misrepresented in
various media due to failure to conform.
II. BODY
A. Literature review
1. Synthesize information about the literature used for the research paper
2. Develop a general understanding of the underlying issues with regard to how
disability is portrayed in the media
B. Personal Analysis
1. Watch Breaking Bad, Stranger things, Atypical and the film Me Before You
and come up with a critique of how these shows deal with the issue of disability
2. Clearly point what these shows got right and areas that may need improvement

C. Recommendations
1. Develop a list of possible solutions that may deal with the way disability is
portrayed in the media
III. CONCLUSION
A. Sum up the major points raised in the paper,
B. Restate the thesis
C. Take a definitive position on what needs to be done


Surname 1

Name of Student
Professor’s name
Course title
Date
Outline and Annotated Bibliography
TOPIC: HOW DISABILITY IS AFFECTED BY THE MEDIA
I. INTRODUCTION
A. Define Disability and clearly define the problem
B. Background information on the issue
1. Explore how the media has portrayed disability in the issue
2. Clearly demonstrate why this depiction is problematic
3. Thesis statement: Due to the fact that disability does not meet the supposedly
“normal” constructs of society people with disability are often misrepresented in
various media due to failure to conform.
II. BODY
A Literature review
1. Synthesize information about the literature used for the research paper
2. Develop a general understanding of the underlying issues with regard to how
disability is portrayed in the media

Surname 2

B. Personal Analysis
1. Watch Breaking Bad, Stranger things, Atypical and the film Me Before You and
come
up with a critique of how these shows deal with the issue of disability
2 Clearly point what these shows got right and areas that may need improvement
C Recommendations
1. Develop a list of possible solutions that may deal with the way disability is
portrayed in the media
III. CONCLUSION
A. Sum up the major points raised in the paper,
B. Restate the thesis
C. Take a definitive position on what needs to be done

Annotated Bibliography
Rees, Leanne, Priscilla Robinson, and Nora Shields. "Media portrayal of elite athletes with
disability–a systematic review." Disability and rehabilitation (2017): 1-8.
Rees, Robinson and Shields are all experts in public health and in this paper they explore various
databases and quantitatively as well as qualitatively analyze the media coverage of elite disabled
athletes with the aim of determining how the media perceives and ...

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