ITCC The Price of Protest Accounts of Protesters Annotated Bibliography
Submit an annotated bibliography of at least two (2)sources that represent two opposing positions on your research topic. These sources should be credible and should all be found using resources and databases from the Ivy Tech Library website. Some useful genres for Ivy Tech Library sources include newspaper or magazine editorials, book chapters, academic journal articles, statistical reports, court rulings, or political speeches. The two sources you document and annotate for Part 1 may be two of the four sources you found for Writing Task #1: Research Proposal, so long as they meet the criteria above. (Note: you may choose document and annotate all four sources found for your research proposal, which you will eventually need to do anyway for Part 2.)
Annotated Bibliography Specifics
APA or MLA style formatting (as indicated by your instructor), including title, running heads, page numbers where appropriate, using size 12 point Times New Roman or similar font.
APA or MLA style source citation of each source, doublespaced and formatted with a hanging indent.
Source citations placed in alphabetical order.
Each annotation entry should be approximately 150-200 words in length, and follow the source citation to which it corresponds.
Each annotation should include a comprehensive summary of each source, including main argument and supporting points; evaluation of the source’s credibility, limitations, potential biases; and a discussion of the source’s usefulness in your research.
Any citation style (APA, MLA, Chicago/Turabian, Harvard)
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