Chosen lance Armstrong Annotated Bibliography
YOU WILL USE THIS TOPIC FOR YOUR ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND ORAL PRESENTATION. THIS IS 20% OF YOUR GRADE IN THIS COURSE.
Find six  sources. Sources must come from the libraryâ€™s databases and not from the Internet in general. Do not use the Internet to find sources. They must come from the libraryâ€™s databases. THIS WILL MAKE THE ASSIGNMENT EASIER. AGAIN, YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO GOOGLE FOR SOURCS. THEY MUST COME FROM A DATABASE IN OUR LIBRARY.
Also one quote from each of your readings from your annotated bibliography for a total of six.
Find one quote from each of your bibliography entries for the annotated bibliography. Submit them. Remember to use signal phrases to introduce the quote and include the proper citation. For example:
Author’s name in your text:
In an article in the New York times, author Tom Jones (2007) claimed that President Bill Clinton “was a case of a hero who grew up poor but made it to the top” (p.24).
Or….Author’s name not in your text: President Bill Clinton “was a case of a hero who grew up poor but made it to the top” (Jones, 2007, p.24)
Or…. For an indirect quote: Expert Bill Smith describes Clinton as “a man for all seasons” (as cited in Ross , 1994), p. 4) .
YOU MUST NOT USE ANY SOURCES ON ARISTOTLE. JUST USE THOSE RELATED TO YOUR TRAGIC HERO.
The topic of both is how the life of a certain figure from popular culture reveals the elements of tragedy as outlined by Aristotle in his Poetics.
Sources are viable only if they contain data relevant to the topic, so they must connect to why this person is a hero, has a flaw, has a downfall, and has a recognition [in some cases modern tragic heroes do not have a recognition, , so we will bend Aristotleâ€™s element by saying how the tragic person has been recognized by others. However, a real recognition by the tragic person is the better choice. FLAW: REMEMBER THE FLAW IS AN ASPECT OF PERSONALITY. DRUG USE ETC IS NOT A FLAW. IT IS WHY THE TRAGIC PERSON USES DRUGS ETC.
Simply collect sources and citations [bib data] for them. Copy and create a list in correct alphabetical order. Often the database will provide the citation for you. YOU MUST HAVE A CITATION FOR EACH SOURCE