bibliography research paper about zaha hadid

i need this to be done by or before

10:35 am monday, April 29, 2019 (EDT) (Eastern Time Zone)


this is the instructions for the bibliography research paper thats about Zaha hadid that you have to do for me.

there has to be The Fact Bank: 4 quotes from each of those 4 sources

there has to be The outline: 6 topic sentences and two quotes, facts, or statistics for each of those topic sentences.

1. The final draft with a complete works cited list in MLA format–remember that the final draft must have 6 sources, not just the original four. The final draft should be 1200-1500 words long. Remember that each fact, quote, or piece of evidence that you put in your paper must be cited–even if it is a paraphrase, not a direct quote. A citation of a source has two parts: the “in-text citation” which is in the paper itself, right after the thing you cite, and the citation in the Works Cited list, which is at the end of the paper. The in-text citation leads your reader to the citation on the Works Cited page, so that she or he can read the entire source which you have quoted in your paper.

2. It is very helpful to use a “signal phrase” to introduce a quote. It tells your reader who you are about to quote, and it tells your reader why that source is a reliable one. For example: “Aziz Sojitra, pediatrician at Johns Hopkins University, notes that premature babies often have underdeveloped lungs, and need monitoring to alert parents if they stop breathing.”(Premature Infants and Monitoring 72)
See how the quote tells your reader who Sojitra is, and why she knows what she is talking about? Then the Works Cited page would list the paper by Sojitra which you got the information from–and the page in her paper on which that information is.

i have attached the introduction of the research paper that i wrote if you may you could finish the rest for me please , zaha hadid is an architect. i was thinking if you mention her work too and put a picture of one of her work in the this type of research paper, and mention what a person that said a good thing about one of her work his name and what he said, and then talk about the criticism that was about her and quote what they said about her and it would be helpful if you mention the name of the people who criticized her and please mention people that complimented her work. lastly please mention how because she was a women people critizied her or you could write her comments on what people said about her since shes a women


this would be a seprate work (i added two pages for this request )after the citited page when you finish the research paper, if you could take from what you wrote about zaha hadid and mention this

1.The Fact Bank: 4 quotes from each of those 4 sources

Your four-source mini-bibliography could look like this ( I am using the musical Hamilton as a topic, and doing research as if I were going to write a paper about the musical’s connections to hip-hop music.)

KELLY, CATHERINE E. “Introduction: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton: An American Musical and the Early American Republic.” Journal of the Early Republic, vol. 37, no. 2, Summer 2017, pp. 251–253. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1353/jer.2017.0020

Smith, Chris. “The Culture Business: Lin-Manuel Miranda: He’s Bringing Hamilton to Puerto Rico and Then Probably Not Writing Another Historical Musical.” New York, vol. 51, no. 26, Dec. 2018, pp. 14–17. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx….

MAGNESS, PHILLIP W. “Alexander Hamilton as Immigrant Musical Mythology Meets Federalist Reality.” Independent Review, vol. 21, no. 4, Spring 2017, pp. 497–508. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx….

McALLISTER, MARVIN. “Toward a More Perfect Hamilton.” Journal of the Early Republic, vol. 37, no. 2, Summer 2017, pp. 279–288. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1353/jer.2017.0024.

When you have found four sources you might want to use for your research paper, and made a mini-bibliography of them, the next step is to start collecting facts and quotes from your sources which might be useful for your paper. I call this a Fact Bank. It’s helpful to put the quotes and facts underneath the citation itself–later, when you use them in your paper, you will know how to cite each fact or quote.

Like this:

KELLY, CATHERINE E. “Introduction: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton: An American Musical and the Early American Republic.” Journal of the Early Republic, vol. 37, no. 2, Summer 2017, pp. 251–253. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1353/jer.2017.0020

Here are 2 quotes from this article which might be helpful for this research paper:

Miranda’s mission was to prove, once and for all, hip-hop’s story-
telling prowess in conventional theatrical practice.

Miranda explained in one interview: “we’re telling the stories
of old, dead white men but we’re using actors of color, and that makes
the story more immediate and more accessible to a contemporary audi-
ence. You don’t distance the audience by putting an actor of color in a
role that you would think of as default Caucasian. No, you excite people
and you draw them in.”

McALLISTER, MARVIN. “Toward a More Perfect Hamilton.” Journal of the Early Republic, vol. 37, no. 2, Summer 2017, pp. 279–288. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1353/jer.2017.0024.
Here are 2 quotes from this article which might be useful for the research paper:

Freeman acknowledges that Miranda’s
Hamilton (“a flawed but charming master rap-battler with an almost
superhuman work ethic”) emerges partly from the historical record and
partly from Miranda’s imaginative engagement with the present moment.

By 2015, when
Hamilton:
An American Musical
opened at New York City’s Public Theater, “My
Shot” had become the opening salvo to a projection of the nation’s
origins and its identity, set to the cadences of hip-hop and R&B,
and performed by actors of African American and Hispanic descent.

What I would like you to do, if you have completed the mini-bibliography, is to prepare a Fact Bank using those 4 sources–see if you can find 4 quotes, facts, or other pieces of evidence in each of your four sources.

2.The outline: 6 topic sentences and two quotes, facts, or statistics for each of those topic sentences.

Fact Bank to prepare an outline for your research paper.

The outline should consist of 6 topic sentences for paragraphs in your research paper.

After each topic sentence, put two facts from the Fact Bank which could go in the paragraph.

This outline is the skeleton for your rough draft.

another example for 2. the outline:

Now: your outline is a list of 6 topic sentences which would be the opening sentence of a body paragraph of your research paper . (Don’t worry about the opener and closer now–the first and last paragraph of your paper will be related to what is in the middle, anyway. So you are going to write the middle first.)

After EACH topic sentence, put TWO facts, quotes, statistics, or other pieces of evidence from your Fact Bank that belong in that paragraph.
See what is happening? You are making a skeleton of the paper–then you will write the rough draft.

So: your outline might look like this, if your paper was about second wave feminism in the 1960’s:

Topic Sentence: Middle-class white women in the 60’s complained that they were not using their educations, and that housework left them exhausted and bored.

Data points:
1) Betty Friedan, in her book “The Feminine Mystique,” explains that doctors called this boredom and loss of interest in otherwise healthy women with nice houses and intact families “the problem that has no name.”

2) Redbook magazine, June 1963, has an article advising brides to “think of caring for your home and your husband as a kind of job: an important one that you should take pride in doing well.”

See? Those sources go with that topic sentence. And so on. Please PRINT this outline and bring it to class Wednesday April 17 for workshopping.

 
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