Annotated Bibliography Assignment (From Given Text)
Text: Partridge, Christopher. Introduction to World Religions. Second Edition: 2013
Annotated Bibliography – a definition
“A list of sources that gives the publication information and a short description – or annotation – for each source. Each annotation is generally three to seven sentences long. In some bibliographies, the annotation merely describes the content and scope of the source; in others, the annotation also evaluates the source’s reliability, currency, and relevance to a researcher’s purpose.”
1. Formulate a research question from one of the topics in the text: e.g. Purification rituals in Judaism; the role assigned to gender in Hindu Home Worship.
2. Research and read 1 general introductory source and 5 recent (post 1900) articles and address, in some way, your question. Be sure that they are Religion and Culture discussions.
3. Prepare an MLA style Annotated Bibliography: cite each article, alphabetically – given a correct MLA citation for each and add to each citation a brief summary of the content and scope of the source as well as how it relates to the other sources and finally, its relevance to your question.
Use https://library.uwinnipeg.ca/ to do the research
4 pages or longer, 12 font size, High quality work required