Annotated Bibliography

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The topic is: SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTIONS

Annotated Bibliography:
The purpose of the Annotated Bibliography is to allow you to read more critically, more carefully, into the topic of your Final Research Paper. This assignment is an instrument to help you formulate a strong argument based on a critique of each of your sources. Each annotation must include the following three items:

1) Biographical Data about the author(s);

2) a summary and evaluation of the text;

and 3) a reflection on the usefulness of the text to your research.

Your Annotated Bibliography should include a minimum of 12 sources. Credible sources should be drawn from, but should not be limited to: peer reviewed journals, periodicals and newspaper articles. It will include resources focused on your selected Magic, Science and/or Religion topic.

Notes:

Avoid plagiarism, make it simple.

Use Apa format.

This assignment is worth 10% of the final grade.

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DrReginaldWoof
School: Duke University

Hi, please see the attached paper. Have ...

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