ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY By Name Course Instructor Institution Location Date Annotated Bibliography Research Topic: The art of painting Working for research paper: The art of Painting Shattuck S. (2011). School House Rock Live! Ben Shattuck argues that as a painter he could always think and reflect on much of what he heard in classrooms after he went back home from his studio. He explains how he was attracted greatly to some paintings as he walked through museums with his dad. His father who was also a painter had taken him to see the paintings. Ben Shattuck argues that given two paintings they may look almost similar in terms of composition or in terms of landscape but over and over again to perfection that is difficult to attain. According to Rose Wylie she paints because it’s exciting. She sees her paintings as continuing an art-historical talk in every sense. According to Henry Taylor he makes every type of paintings that pose figures in them however but the figure is behind the bars. According to Helen Johnson Painting is where one can do critical deployment of ambiguity failure unknowing and wit. References Flies T. & Once A. Helen Johnson Born 1979 Lives and works in Melbourne. Owen D. L. & Kusnic M. W. (2008). U.S. Patent No. 7 401 059. Washington DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Shattuck S. (2011). School House Rock Live! [...]
Annotated Bibliography Tips: An annotated bibliography is an excellent way to gather a large number of sources and evaluate them in terms of how useful they will be to your overall research paper. Your submission should include the four following elements for each article: Bibliographic Citation: The very first thing should be the bibliographic citation of the article you will be reviewing (see example below). Summary of the source (article): This should be a paragraph dedicated to what the article is about. Some questions you should think about (among others) are: what is the purpose or main point? What are the main ideas? How does the author support the claims? What evidence is used? Analysis of the source (article): This paragraph should be dedicated to thinking critically about the quality of the source. Without using first person, I should be able to hear your voice pondering the some of the following questions (among others): Do the facts/analysis/conclusions of the source seem accurate? Are the qualifications of the author relevant? Does the author delve deep into a topic or is it rather cursory? Evaluation of Usefulness: In this paragraph you should evaluate the source in terms of how useful (or not) it would be to your final research paper. Does it pertain well enough to the topic you are exploring? What are some of the things it would add to your paper? How does it compare to other sources? Justify the claims you make. Remember that format counts. I expect that your submission will mimic the format set out in the example found with the assignment and in the course documents. You should turn in a scholarly paper. Thus grammar, punctuation, and other such details should be on point. At the very least, have a person you trust look at your paper before submitting. I recommend a visit to the Writing Center before submitting the final paper.