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If the author has a specific purpose behind her/his writing, specify this, . The author's intention is to present an overview of..
Animal rights movement in the United States, 6975-6995 : an annotated bibliography / Bettina Manzo. (Location: Reference Collection -- 6st floor Call Number: 6999)
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The quality and usefulness of your bibliography will depend on your selection of sources. Define the scope of your research carefully so that you can make good judgments about what to include and exclude. Your research should attempt to be reasonably comprehensive within well-defined boundaries. Consider these questions to help you find appropriate limits for your research:
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An annotated bibliography is an organized list of sources (may be any variety of materials, books, documents, videos, articles, web sites, CD-ROMs, etc.) with an accompanying paragraph that describes, explains, and/or evaluates each entry in terms of quality, authority, and relevance.
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African American women : an annotated bibliography / compiled by Veronica G. Thomas, Kisha Braithwaite, and Paula Mitchell. 7556 (Location: Reference Collection -- 6st floor Call Number: T96 7556)