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detailed evaluation of the quality of source information as it connects to the essay; 3)

  • 4 sources obtained through research
  • Proper APA citation format
  • 12-point Times New Roman font
  • Double-spaced lines
  • 3rd person point of view

WHAT: Develop an Annotated Bibliography that summarizes andexplains how each of 4 sources will aid in development of your upcoming Problem/Solution Essay. An annotated bibliography cites a list of books, articles, and documents. Each listed citation is followed by a paragraph that describes the relevance, quality, and potential use of the cited source.

HOW: For your annotated bibliography, ensure the final draft:

  • Offers 4 sources, paying attention to content reliability and author credibility.
  • Summarizes the content of each source.
  • Discusses how each source will aid your essay’s development.
  • Includes (at the top of the annotated bibliography)
  1. a potential title for your upcoming Problem/Solution Essay;
  2. the overarching subject to be discussed in your Problem/Solution Essay;
  3. a working thesis statement for your Problem/Solution Essay.

Cites each source in perfect APA Reference page format. Uses 12-point Times New Roman font.

You will be working with an OWL specialist to create multiple drafts of this assignment toward a polished, well-crafted final version of your work.

Here is a link that has videos and other information about APA style: owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/

WHY: An annotated bibliography guides the reading, evaluating, and sorting of sources planned for use in a research paper. It also gives practice using APA citation format, and demonstrates quality of research undertaken, while strengthening a writer’s ability to analyze and evaluate main ideas, supporting evidence, and conclusions in a variety of texts.

 

Format for Annotated Bibliography

 

Your Name

Course Name/Number

Instructor’s Name

Date Assignment Due

 

Working Title of Problem/Solution Essay:

In this location, briefly state the working title of your upcoming Problem/Solution Essay.

Broad Subject:

In this location, briefly state the overarching subject area of your Problem/Solution Essay.

Working Thesis for Problem/Solution Essay:

In this location, give the reader a working thesis statement for your Problem/Solution Essay. Use this link to access an OWL worksheet for thesis statement development: ..\..\WKST-Thesis.pdf

Annotated Bibliography

In this location, use APA to properly cite one source that will be used in your Problem/Solution Essay.

In this location, after properly citing the source above, write a brief paragraph (approximately 150 words, double-spaced lines) that provides three things: 1) description of the source to show how it is relevant to the essay; 2) detailed evaluation of the quality of source information as it connects to the essay; 3) example(s) of ways the source will be used to attain the goals of the essay.

In this location, use APA to properly cite one source that will be used in your Problem/Solution Essay.

In this location, after properly citing the source above, write a brief paragraph (approximately 150 words, double-spaced lines) that provides three things: 1) description of the source to show how it is relevant to the essay; 2) detailed evaluation of the quality of source information as it connects to the essay; 3) example(s) of ways the source will be used to attain the goals of the essay.

In this location, use APA to properly cite one source that will be used in your Problem/Solution Essay.

In this location, after properly citing the source above, write a brief paragraph (approximately 150 words, double-spaced lines) that provides three things: 1) description of the source to show how it is relevant to the essay; 2) detailed evaluation of the quality of source information as it connects to the essay; 3) example(s) of ways the source will be used to attain the goals of the essay.

In this location, use APA to properly cite one source that will be used in your Problem/Solution Essay.

In this location, after properly citing the source above, write a brief paragraph (approximately 150 words, double-spaced lines) that provides three things: 1) description of the source to show how it is relevant to the essay; 2) detailed evaluation of the quality of source information as it connects to the essay; 3) example(s) of ways the source will be used to attain the goals of the essay.

 

 

 

(Sample Annotated Bibliography)

 

Dalton Green

ENG 3006

Professor Baker

23 February 2012

 

Working Title:            No Freedom for Strangers: Surrendering Anonymity on the Internet

Broad Subject:            Anonymity on the Internet

Thesis:            Online anonymity has been considered a right under the protection of free speech in the U.S. Constitution, but in the interest of public safety, online publishers must be subjected to the federal government’s scrutiny of website content.

 

Annotated Bibliography

 

Grossman, W. (2007). From anarchy to power. New York: NYU Press.

Grossman’s book centers on the history of the Internet and its creation and intentions. While the book is somewhat dated considering how fast the medium changes, this resources provides initial details of the Internet and its basic functions, including original purpose. The book’s depth (when compared to possible academic database articles) also makes it a good resource, especially for specific examples and pertinent dates in law and politics.

Lee, Y. (2007). Internet and anonymity. Society 43(4), 5-7.

This is an excellent article on Internet anonymity, communication, effects, and perceptions. It presents summaries of three specific value-based models (Libertarian, Private Enterprise, and Statist) and how these sides view anonymity. In addition, the article discusses how the Internet relates to market economy and pseudo-anonymity. It can be used to summarize various viewpoints on anonymity with regard to the economic and technical aspects, while exposing multiple aims and intentions.

Levy, S. (2008, February 13). Google and the China syndrome.Newsweek Media Group. Retrieved from

http://www.newsweek.com/

This short document verifies actions taken in China by Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo! in connection to free speech restrictions and dissident arrests. It summarizes the issue and presents both sides of the argument in a fair manner. This summary will prove helpful in framing the overall argument my paper will present.

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