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WHAT IS AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY?
An Annotated Bibliography is a working list of references—books, journal articles, online documents, websites, etc.—that you will use for an essay, research paper, or project. However, each reference citation is followed by a short summative and/or evaluative paragraph, which is called an annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited, and to state how this source will be used in or relevant to the paper or project.
Thus, an Annotated Bibliography has two main parts:
- the citation of your book, article, webpage, video, or document (in MLA or APA style)
- your annotation
HOW TO CREATE AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
- Research the required number of scholarly sources from the library for your project.
- Reference each source in APA or MLA format given your choice for your paper.
- Write two paragraphs under each source:
- The first paragraph is a short summary of the article in your own words. Don’t just cut and paste the abstract of the article.
- The second paragraph is a short discussion of how this source supports your paper topic. What does this source provide that reinforces the argument or claim you are making? This support may be statistics, expert testimony, or specific examples that relate to your focused topic.
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CHOOSE ONLY 6 SOURCES FROM THE LIST BELOW AND WRITE THEIR ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
U only need to use six but these are the sources you will need for the annotated bibliography
Bailey, Z. D., Feldman, J. M., & Bassett, M. T. (2021). How structural racism works—racist policies as a root cause of US racial health inequities.
Bobo, L. D. (2017). Racism in Trump’s America: reflections on culture, sociology, and the 2016 US presidential election. The British Journal of Sociology, 68, S85-S104.
Bonam, C. M., Nair Das, V., Coleman, B. R., & Salter, P. (2019). Ignoring history, denying racism: Mounting evidence for the Marley hypothesis and epistemologies of ignorance. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 10(2), 257-265.
Gerstle, G. (2017). American crucible: Race and nation in the twentieth century. Princeton University Press.
Gorski, P. C. (2019). Fighting racism, battling burnout: Causes of activist burnout in US racial justice activists. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 42(5), 667-687.
Holt, T. C. (2018). Explaining racism in American history. In Imagined Histories (pp. 107-119). Princeton University Press.
Kendi, I. X. (2016). Stamped from the beginning: The definitive history of racist ideas in America. Hachette UK.
Kendi, I. X. (2017). A history of race and racism in America, in 24 chapters. The New York Times, 22.
Kozhimannil, K. B., & Henning-Smith, C. (2018). Racism and health in rural America. Journal of health care for the poor and underserved, 29(1), 35-43.
Love, E. (2017). Islamophobia and racism in America. NYU Press.
Mosse, G. L. (2020). Toward the final solution: A history of European racism. University of Wisconsin Press.
Owens, P. (2017). Racism in the theory canon: Hannah Arendt and ‘the one great crime in which America was never involved’. Millennium, 45(3), 403-424.
Prather, C., Fuller, T. R., Jeffries IV, W. L., Marshall, K. J., Howell, A. V., Belyue-Umole, A., & King, W. (2018). Racism, African American women, and their sexual and reproductive health: a review of historical and contemporary evidence and implications for health equity. Health equity, 2(1), 249-259.
Preston, J. (2017). Racial extractivism and white settler colonialism: An examination of the Canadian Tar Sands mega-projects. Cultural Studies, 31(2-3), 353-375.
Saito, N. T. (2020). Settler Colonialism, Race, and the Law: Why Structural Racism Persists (Vol. 2). NYU Press.
Zimring, C. A. (2017). Clean and white: A history of environmental racism in the United States. NYU Press.