***I have attached my topic proposal and should be based on that topic.***
Can you please try to use some sources from this website also please.
Each annotation should demonstrate that you have read the source critically.
Each annotation should also include the following:
MLA citation for the source,
A summary that demonstrates that you have read the source and understand the content,
A response to the text, and
A note about how you will use the information in your research.
Keep in mind that your sources must be current (typically published within the last two years), relevant, and credible as well as offer multiple perspectives on your issue. You must also provide concise, clear, thorough summaries, responses, and evaluations of your sources.
As you write your annotations, try to answer the following questions:
What kind of source is it—book, journal article, magazine article, newspaper, encyclopedia entry, database summary article, website (and what kind of website)?
Who is/are the author(s)? What are the author’s credentials? How does the author establish his or her authority to speak on this subject? Consider also the credibility of the publication outlet.
What kind of text (genre) is it—a news report, an editorial, a report of scientific research, a summary of a number of sources? What is the purpose of the text?
Who is the intended audience? Consider where the text is published, the degree of specialized knowledge needed to understand the text, how objective or argumentative the text is.
When was the text published? How does the publication date affect the relevance and usefulness of this source?
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