For this assignment you will delve deeper into the literature and materials on a sociological concept or theory of your choice (for example, Critical Theory and/or Marxism, Phenomenology, Sociology as Science, etc.) You will turn in a short, five-entry annotated bibliography (300-500 words, excluding the actual reference information) that includes the following:
An Introduction that concisely introduces the theory or concept examined, and the conceptual commonalities and differences between the entries (for example, how do the sources deploy the theory/concept differently?) This is called a “critical preface” and it is placed on the first page, before your first bibliographic reference and its discussion.
Three peer-reviewed journal articles that are either about the theory or concept in question or use the theory or concept as a lens/framework. The annotation must explain how these articles use or illustrate the theory or concept, and what you learned about your chosen theory from reading the article.
Two additional sources. These can be websites/web articles, videos, news articles, podcasts, etc. These sources must either be about the theory or concept in question or use the theory or concept as a lens/framework. The annotation must explain how these sources use or illustrate the theory or concept, and what you learned about your chosen theory from the source.
You may use ASA, APA, or MLA for the citations (whatever makes you happy; I suggest using the one most often used in your major/area of study, so you can practice getting comfortable with that style.) Remember – you may not use any of your course materials as your entries in this bibliography, although you may refer back to them in the annotations if you want to compare the textbook or other class materials to the sources you’re annotating in your project.
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