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Are we supposed to reference Sarah Canary in our annotated bibliography (is that part c of the assignment)? Thanks!

Last Updated: Jul 15, 2011  |  168 Views
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For part "c" of the assignment, "explain how this work is relevant to your bibliography topic," you only need to explain how the article you are writing the annotation for is relevant to the topic you chose (mental illness, immigration, etc.).  Certainly if you see specific connections to the book--how the topic is presented in Sarah Canary versus how the topic is presented in the article/source you've chosen--that would be an ideal way to discuss the "relevance to your bibliography topic." But depending on your topic and source, it might be easier to discuss the topic in more general terms and that's ok, too.  For more info, feel free to email me directly:

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