Annotated Bibliography Assignment (From Given Text)

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 to do the research

4 pages or longer, 12 font size, High quality work required

Make sure you do not enlarge the work by repeating similar sentences.

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