“Hamlet! Hamlet! Wherefore art thou, Othello?”

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“Hamlet! Hamlet! Wherefore art thou, Othello?”

An Annotated Bibliography That Is Anything But Tragic

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What Is It?

Courtesy of Purdue Owl: You know. That site I mention all the time.

https://

owl.english.purdue.edu

/owl/resource/614/03/

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Annotate Those Bibliographies Like They’re Hot

An annotation can be as short or as long as your teacher wishes.

Beg and plead for

his/her

mercy

Write down the main reason why you chose that article or site

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Not As Simple As It Sounds, Right?

There are two different types of

research

Foundational and Detailed

Which type will determine how you annotate the

bibliography

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Foundation Research

Several key concepts and principles are found in one source

This source helps back up your thesis on a basic, fundamental level

It is a vital part of proving your point

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Detailed Research

Particular statistics, details, and outcomes that illustrate the main thesis in a specific way.

These articles give concrete evidence that supports your thesis.

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An Example: Because You’re Not Bored Enough Yet

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Social Justice in Archives

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Foundational Articles

Hodson

, Sarah. (2006). Archives on the web: Unlocking collections while safeguarding privacy.

First

Monday

. 11 (8), p. 1-6

This article covers key components about privacy on the Internet and the need to archive within those privacy boundaries. Specifically, this deals with privacy of the deceased.

Jimerson

, Randall (2007). Archives for all: Professional responsibility and social justice.

The

American

Archivist

, 70, (2) p. 252-

28

Covers issues with silencing minorities and the at risk populations through a lack of representation.

Robin, Alice. 1986. State archives and issues of personal privacy: Policies and practices.

The

American

Archivist

, 49 (2), p. 163-175

This article explains the policies of privacy within state government, especially when unethical behavior from employers is in play.

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Detailed Articles

Champion, Walter. The

tuskegee

syphilis study as a paradigm for illegal, racist, and unethical

human

experimentation.

Southern University Law Review, 37 (2), p. 231-253

Discusses the

u

nethical treatment of black men who were purposefully exposed to syphilis for medical studies.

Day, Aaron and Lawson, Charles. (2014). The destruction of the ‘

heiner

documents’ and the

accountability

of cabinet in

queensland

.

QUT Law Review

, 14 (2), p. 36-

51

Explains the case study of state records regarding the rape and sexual abuse of minors in a

juvie

prison

system

Thomas, Ethan. (2016). The privacy case for body cameras: The need for a privacy- centric approach to body camera policymaking.

Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems

, 191 – 228.

This article addresses issues with privacy in storing and cataloging body cams for the police.

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Foundational v. Detailed

You will likely have more detailed articles than foundational.

Use the foundational articles when a general assumption needs to be verified.

Use a detailed source to show an exact example of how the general concept has been tested.

Source: Gary Larsen

The Far Side

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Another Look at my Ridiculous Homework

Note the alphabetized structure

Note the hanging indents

Mac

Option + Tab

PC Control + Tab

This is in APA style

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Compare and Contrast

APA Style

Champion, Walter. The

tuskegee

syphilis study as a paradigm for illegal, racist, and unethical human experimentation.

Southern University Law Review

, 37 (2), p. 231-253MLA Style

Champion, Walter. “The Tuskegee Syphilis Study as a Paradigm for Illegal, Racist, and Unethical Human Experimentation.

Southern University Law Review

, vol. 37, no. 2, pp. 231-253

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“Let Me Explain”

Gather your articles in a giant pile of sadness

Mark your articles “Foundation” or “Detail

Highlight the important parts that justify whether it’s detailed or foundational

Check out Purdue for citation guidance bequeathed by

Grammar

Gods

https

://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/07

/

Take

a moment to feel proud of yourself.

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The End. Please Don’t Procrastinate Your Paper.


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