Name Instructor Course Date Kidney Market Barnett William Michael Saliba and Deborah Walker. "We Favor a" Freer" Market in Kidneys." The Independent Review 7.4 (2003): 595-598.The article expresses the available shortage in kidney transplants in the market as a result of government regulation. It points to the fact that a thousand patients die of preventable conditions simply because they lack a kidney transplant. It expresses the ability of a potential free market which would satisfy two kinds of shortages. A free market the article argues would to many individuals in the society. He is quick to note that this repugnance informs the laws that inhibit the growth of a free kidney market. Next he examines moral distress which expresses the foreboding tremor that many experiences from the prospects of a free market of the organs. He refers to all these as rationally indefensible. This article is very relevant to the topic of kidney transplants. The reference made on principle moral views that are behind kidney sales restriction augurs well with my research. [...]
GAL- eds.a.ebscohost.com eds.a.ebscohost.com Teacher- www.scu.edu www.theatlantic.com OVERVIEW Annotated Bibliography Instructions I want you to do an annotated bibliography of 4 sources. They should be arranged by alphabetical order by author’s last name. You should include the citation information as well as a brief summary/evaluation/synopsis of the source. This bibliography should be in MLA format and consist of sources taken from the Annotated Bibliography folder and GALILEO. To get started, pick an article from the Annotated Bibliography folder that we have not discussed or read this semester. You can use up to two articles from the Annotated Bibliography folder if they are thematically related. You then need to find an additional 2-3 articles on GALILEO (to make up a total of four) that are related to the article you chose from the Annotated Bibliography folder. I would suggest that you come and make an appointment with me to talk about your Annotated Bibliography. Sample Annotation of Article from Annotated Bibliography Folder: Author’s Last Name, Author’s First Name. “Article Title.” Website Title, Date of Publication in MLA Format, URL of website starting with (leave out the http: Date of Access of Website in MLA Format. In your annotation you should give a brief explanation of the journal article or essay you read. What is it about? How well does it relate to your topic? Was it helpful to your research or did you decide that other sources were more helpful or clearly written? Make sure you have a hanging indention. It should be short but long enough to get the idea across. A short paragraph of summary should suffice. Do not plagiarize your summary; it should be in your own words. Sample Annotation of Article from GALILEO: Blume, Judy. "Places I Never Meant to Be: A Personal View." American Libraries, vol. 30, no. 6, Jun/Jul99, p. 62. EBSCOhost, proxygsu-cot1.galileo.usg.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=fth&AN=1921303&site=eds-live&scope=site.