A Working Bibliography
Please edit this and make it more tailored to the following topic as much as possible. Topic: Nature documentary and True-Life films and/or Disneynature films Working bibliography should feature sources about nature documentaries in general. These sources may not mention Disney’s films at all, but they will be helpful in developing theory about the genre in general. The bibliography must be 20 secondary sources in length. You discovered a lot sources concerning Disneyland, with Disneyland in the title. By comparison, research on the True-Life films won’t produce the same dearth of results directly about the True-Life films. But there are sources about nature documentaries, Disney’s attention to conservation and environmentalism, and the Animal Kingdom at WDW. Similarly, there won’t be a lot of sources directly about Our Friend the Atom save for Mark Langer’s work and a few others. But what are you really studying here but the division between education and propaganda? So some of your sources will concern the nature of propaganda as well as nuclear power plants, and maybe concerning Disney and Tomorrowland and the Technology. Consider the book-length and article work by JP Telotte on this matter. The good nature films really concern the stereotype and representation of latinos in film. So you will need to broaden your focus in types of sources. Further research should be primarily conducted through the databases you have become familiar with. I recommend Academic Search Complete, Research Library ProQuest, and JSTOR, although there are many others. Consider the subject you are researching. If your topic concerns film/cinema, you should pay close attention to literary databases. This is really the purpose of these bibliographical assignments–to practice serious scholarly research. In part you need to redirect your attention from Google to college and university databases. This is expected in serious collegiate work. Follow these rules precisely: Begin with proper MLA heading. Provide a title that states the topic, followed by the words A Working Bibliography So if my topic concerned ethical treatment of social robots , my title would be this: Ethics and Social Robots: A Working Bibliography Double space the entire document uniformly. Do not number, letter, or bullet the entries. List entries alphabetically according to authors last name as you would for a Works Cited page. Use a hanging indentation. Bibliographical entries must adhere to the 8th edition MLA Handbook. – Articles in Scholarly Journals (more articles than books) – Articles in Book Collections – Books Consider this a check-list to cover before you submit your bibliography. · What is the topic of your third essay? Put that topic in your title before : A Working Bibliography. · Abbreviate URLs and Disconnect links. · No Bold · Use hanging indentation. · List sources alphabetically. · End each entry with a period. · Uniformly double spaceno more, no less. · Italicize Titles of Magazines, Books, Journals, Websites, Blogs. · “Titles of Articles” must appear in quotation marks and must not be italicized. · Normalize capitalization for proper nouns and titles. No ALL CAPS except for acronyms like EBSCOhost, CEO, LGBTQ, CBS, and COVID. · Study MLA and work on sequence and appearance of information. · Missing information for your entries. · Eliminate duplicated or extraneous information. · Change font so everything is 12 pt. Times New Roman. · Be sure to use the databases on the MtSAC library webpage (Links to an external site.). · Eliminate fiction and primary sources. Do not list the films themselves. The following are examples of common types of sources for these bibliographies and essays: I am unable to use a hanging indentation in Canvas, so assume that following would have hanging indentations. A Book Ferguson, Niall. Colossus: The Rise and Fall of the American Empire. Penguin, 2004. An Article in a Book Collection Crosby, Alfred W. Ecological Imperialism: The Overseas Migration of Western Europeans as a Biological Phenomenon. The Ends of the Earth: Perspectives on Environmental History, edited by Donald Worster, Cambridge UP, 1991, pp. 103-117. An Article in a Scholarly Journal, Database Moses, Dirk A. An Antipodean Genocide?: The Origins of the Genocidal Moment in the Colonization of Australia. Journal of Genocide Research, vol. 2, no. 1, March 2000, pp. 89-106. JSTOR. Articles on Websites Dwyer, Colin. Amid Protests, Christopher Columbus Statues Take Flak in Boston and Richmond, Va. NPR, 10 June 2020, www.npr.org. The Causes of Climate Change. NASA Global Climate Change, climate.nasa.gov.