Annotated Bibliography: Tikeena Sturdivant

Greenberg, Steve. “‘You Have An OPINION? I Want To HEAR IT’ (Cover Story).” Sporting News 233.16 (2009): 22-26. Academic Search Premier. Web. 10 Apr. 2012.

Background: This is a interview between Adrian Peterson and Jim Brown regarding Peterson’s performance and how he felt he was being treated. He recognize his abilities and speak on how the coaches help him out. This interview also allows me to see another side of Adrian Peterson, i learned more about him.

How will Iuse it: I will use this source to prove that Adrian Peterson does have positive things to say about the NFL. I will also use this source to show what kind of man Adrian Peterson really is, proving that he did not mean any harm.

TAYLOR, PHIL. “A Mockery Of A Lockout.” Sports Illustrated 114.13 (2011): 80. Academic Search Premier. Web. 10 Apr. 2012.

Background: This source helps me analyze the lockout regarding the labor disputes.

How will Iuse it: I will use this to make my point even stronger. Adrian Peterson isnt, and cant be the only one who feel as though the NFL practice poor labor habits. This source helps me see the bigger picture which my paper could benefit from.

Jarrett, Bell. “Judge’s jurisdiction at issue as two sides argue for, against ..” USA Today n.d.: Academic Search Premier. Web. 10 Apr. 2012.

Background: This source basically allow me to view things from a legal point of view. I’m able to get more information regarding how things are suppose to go in the NFL. Using this source I’m able to come to the conclusion that the lockout is wrong.

How will Iuse it: I will include things from this article to attack the legal part of this big controversy. I can also branch off of this source and further my research which will help me understand and view things from A legal perspective.

KING, PETER. “Looking In On The Lockout.” Sports Illustrated 114.24 (2011): 12-13. Academic Search Premier. Web. 10 Apr. 2012.

Background: This is a article that gets deep into details about the lockout. Because I am not “NFL intelligent” I need to get as much information as i can to understand these things better.

How will I use it: I will use to see why Adrian Peterson and other players were so frustrated because of the lockout.

Kaplan, Daniel. “NFL Labor Dispute.” Sporting News. Web. 9 Apr. 2012

Background: This provides me with specific NFL labor issues. I haven’t been able to find a source that would tell me exactly what the problem was until I came across this one.

How will I use it: I will use this information to make my argument stronger. I will be able to use specific examples and come up with more conclusion as to why there is so much controversy.

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1 Response to Annotated Bibliography: Tikeena Sturdivant

  1. davidbdale says:

    This is currently incomplete, Tikeena. It should be the place you collect all 15 of your best sources, with links and notes. Your reader wants an Annotated Bibliography that collects all your strongest reading material into one location.

    Please import material from your earlier Source assignments to make this post complete.

    Now let me show you an example of an improved Source Annotation. I’ll demonstrate with the Daniel Kaplan article.

    Kaplan, Daniel. “NFL Labor Dispute.” Sporting News. Web. 9 Apr. 2012

    Background: Kaplan identifies the six primary conflicts keeping the NFL from coming to an agreement with the NFL Players Association (NFLPA). Among them are player fines, revenue sharing, and the demand by players that the owners open their books to prove they need a bigger share of the revenues than they now receive. The article offers insight into why the players feel bullied by the wealthy and secretive owners.

    How will I use it: Whether the players are right to feel bullied or not, it is clear that they do. This pervasive feeling that the owners have all the power and money and dole out less than they should to the players who draw all the attention to the league and make the owners rich helps explain why Adrian Peterson might be tempted to use the “slavery” analogy in frustration.

    In other words, Tikeena, just like essays, the notes need to be much more specific so readers will understand how the content of the source contributes to your argument.

    Grade Recorded.
    New grade available when the Bibliography is complete.

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