Write a Statement of Scope. Write a brief introductory statement to explain what your annotated bibliography is covering (one to two sentences). The statement of scope provides some general insight that should connect to your one source.
Example of a Statement of Scope:
For my assignment I would like to examine the ethical implications of white-collar crime and how they are prosecuted within the United States justice system. I'm interested in a career in criminal justice.
Citation for a physical book or eBook:
Citation Formula for a Book:
Author's last name, Author's first name. Title of book. Name of publisher, year of publication.
Citation Example for a Book:
Haugen, David M. Criminal Justice. Greenhaven Press, 2009.
A. Copy of the front and back cover of the physical book (Note: including the call number sticker which is most of the time located on the spine of the book or front cover).
B. Physical book: record copy from the MCU online library catalog
Or if you select an e-book from our MCU catalog:
A. eBook: record copy from MCU online library catalog
B. First page of eBook: record copy from MCU online catalog