Music and how it affects the way we think and do things in everyday society and how it affects our different lifestyles from the rich to the low class

Music and how it affects the way we think and do things in everyday society and how it affects our different lifestyles from the rich to the low class

Students will be developing an Annotated Bibliography Table based on a subtopic in American Popular Culture that is of interest to them. A minimum of 3 peer-reviewed sources and 4 popular and/or open web-sources will need to be used in the bibliography.

The completed assignment will include:
Identify subtopic in American Popular Culture that you chose to investigate for this assignment: Music is mine
List search terms you used in your searches (i.e. sport sociology “popular culture”)
A Table with 7 annotated entries
a) Annotated entries in a table for a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed articles
b) Annotated entries in a table for a minimum of 4 popular and/or open-web sources
Each source entry should be in a table format and include the following:
Title of the source
APA-formatted full reference for the source
Evaluation of where the source came from – i.e. peer-reviewed journal, blog, website etc.
Brief discussion of how the source is relevant to your subtopic of interest and why you chose it
Brief description of the source – research question findings key information etc.
Evaluation of strengths of source in addressing your subtopic of interest (note: if it is not helpful at all, it is not a good source and should not be included)
Evaluation weaknesses regarding how helpful the source was in addressing your subtopic of interest.
Comparative analysis – compare/contrast how this source addresses your subtopic of interest in comparison to another source (note: no source should be used in this section more than twice.

This could be based on type of methodology used, size of sample hypothesis, findings, how variable are measured, etc. If you analyze source 1 in comparison to source 2, then your source 2 analysis should be compared to a source other than source 1. Keep in mind all analysis should relate back to your research question.