need help writing annotated bibliography for my work cited page?

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Critical Reading, Writing, and Research Annotated Bibliography I. Your completed annotated bibliography will serve a number of purposes. Including but not limited to the following: A. A review of the literature on a particular subject B. An illustration the quality of research that you have done C. A provision of examples of the types of sources available D. A description of other items on a topic that may be of interest to the audience E. An exploration on the subject for further research II. Steps in the Process: A. First, you must select and have approved a research topic. B. Before writing your annotated bibliography, you must choose your sources. This involves doing research to locate records to materials that may apply to your topic. C. Next, review the actual items and choose those that provide a wide variety of perspectives on your topic. Article abstracts are helpful in this process. D. Steps A and B may help you identify and/or refine the focus of your argument. E. For this assignment, you will need to cite ten sources, such as books and journal articles, each of which is followed by an annotation. F. Ultimately, the sources you select will pertain to the topic you have chosen to explore as part of your in-depth argumentative research assignment. G. Each source will do one of the following: 1. Provide background research findings, information, or history; 2. Support your point of view; 3. Refute your point of view – one of these is sufficient, and you must include one opposition source. H. Each source you choose to use in your in-depth argumentative research paper must be part of this bibliography. I. Each selected source must be able to pass the validity and reliability standard for a formal academic research paper. J. Each of the ten entries in the bibliography must begin with a full MLA style citation. K. Every entry must be followed by an annotation that includes the following: 1. The purpose of the work 2. A summary of its content 3. The type of audience for which the work was written 4. Its relevance to your topic 5. Any special or unique features about the material 6. The strengths, weaknesses or biases in the material 7. Discussion of the author’s background III. Completion Schedule A. List of Potential Candidates (20-25), includes informal notes regarding the source, due Monday, March 23rd B. Refined/Narrowed list (13-15), due Monday, April 6th C. Final List of Ten, due Monday, April 20th D. Completed Annotated Bibliography, due Wednesday, April 29th
Bradford, Caycie D. “Waiting to Die, Dying to Live: an Account of the Death Row Phenomenon from a Legal Viewpoint.” Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law, 2010, p. 77. Edsgao, =edsgcl.255840239&site=eds-live&scope=site. Accessed 25 Apr. 2017. “Capital Punishment.” Opposing Viewpoints Online Collection, Gale, Detroit, 2016. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, OVIC?u=rock77357&xid=864e04f9. Accessed 2017. “Death Penalty” Should the Death Penalty Be Allowed?, Accessed 25 Apr. 2017. “Death Row.” Death Row | Death Penalty Information Center, Accessed 25 Apr. 2017. Dieter, Richard C. “The Death Penalty Is Too Costly for Society.” The Death Penalty Is Too Costly for Society, edited by Noël Merino, 2013. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, OVIC?u=rock77357&xid=a5afa2b7. Accessed 2017. Hunter, Derek. “The Death Penalty Is an Effective Punishment.” Townhall, edited by Noël Merino, 2013. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, OVIC?u=rock77357&xid=8fbe92c0. Accessed 2017. “The Innocent and the Death Penalty.” Innocence Project, 25 Apr. 2016, Accessed 25 Apr. 2017. Lyon, Andrea D. The Death Penalty. [Electronic Resource] : What's Keeping It Alive. Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2014., 2014. cat04258a, AN=MCL.2644444&site=eds-live&scope=site. Accessed 25 Apr. 2017. Mallicoat, Stacy L. “Capital Punishment.” Salem Press Encyclopedia, Salem Press, 2016. Ers, 342752&site=eds-live&scope=site. Accessed 25 Apr. 2017. Sharkey, Kara. “Delay in Considering the Constitutionality of Inordinate Delay: the Death Row Phenomenon and the Eighth Amendment.” University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 161, no. 3, Feb. 2013, pp. 861–896. Business Source Complete, 040753&site=eds-live&scope=site. Accessed 25 Apr. 2017.

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