Posted: March 27th, 2017
A good annotated bibliography provides the publication details, describes the key points of the source, uncovers controversies introduced by the source, and evaluates the merits of the source. Each of your three (minimal) to five (maximal) annotations should be approximately 200–250 words Each. Should Included all of these: 1. It should establish the title, author, journal, and page numbers. 2. It should briefly summarize the article, book, or chapter. 3. It should analyze the text—say what the implications are, what assumptions are held, what historical context is represented, and the like. 4. It should locate at least one quotation to be used in your paper. 5. It should evaluate—say whether you agree, disagree, and why.
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