Proposal: Annotated Bibliography

To do the level of research appropriate for this proposal project, you will need to consider a variety of sources in a variety of genres. Online sources, newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals are a good start, but don’t limit yourself to these sources. No doubt, you will skim through, read, and discover a number of sources that may never make it into the final proposal. Nonetheless, these sources may provide context or rich detail that may help to stimulate your thinking and develop the project. To facilitate this process, you will create an annotated bibliography. The annotated bibliography needs to include 6 sources—2 of which need to be from peer-reviewed academic journals or books. Each source should adhere to the following format:

1) Citation of source in either MLA or APA format (of format appropriate to your field and approved by me)
2) A 75-word summary of the piece’s main point/argument and conclusion(s)
3) 100-125 words that discuss how each piece might be useful for the purposes of this project. In other words, engage with each piece. How does it inform your understanding? How does it fit with the other sources you’ve discovered?

In short, you will write between 1050-1200 words total for this project.

In addition to the above format, please number each source (1-6) and include an asterisk (*) next to each peer-reviewed academic source.

Annotated Bibliography Formatting Example

1. Lastname, Firstname. Title. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Medium of Publication.

75-word summary

100-125 word discussion

*2. Lastname, Firstname. “Article Title.” Title of Journal (Year): Pages of Publication. Medium of Publication

75-word summary

100-125 word discussion

You can imitate the form of my friend.

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