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Annotated Bibliography and Research Paper
• Project divided into two parts: 1. Annotated Bibliography 2. Completed Research Paper
On a topic and Native North American group of your choice (must be approved by the instructor.)
Sources That Can Be Used
Ethnographic information from eHRAF World Cultures
Authoritative Tribal Pages
Peer-Reviewed Articles (Scholarly)
News articles for supplementary information
Annotated Bibliography: Describe each source and its role in your upcoming research paper. It should include at least 5 sources. Correctly cited in APA format, double-spaced, size 12 font, 1 to 1.5 margins.
Information on how to write an annotated bibliography is provided on the Course Content page in Blackboard and an APA style guide.
Research Paper: Your research paper will be based on the research you conducted for your works cited. This research paper is on a contemporary Native American issue, emphasizing a single tribe’s historical and cultural context for understanding and addressing this issue. It should draw on at least five sources, cited in-text and in the end references section in APA format.
Format: Your paper should be a fully developed, college-level essay. Five to six pages (size 12, double-spaced, 1 to 1.5 inch margins), not including the APA references cited section.