Coral Reef Destruction
• Annotated Bibliography (APSA citation format required):
An annotated bibliography is a bibliography that gives a summary of each of the entries. The purpose of annotations is to provide the reader with a summary/evaluation of the source. Each summary should describe of the source’s central idea(s) and explain why this source will be useful for your research paper. This annotated bibliography must include at least 6 sources that will definitely help answer the 3 research question your paper must address. Questionable, unauthored sources are not acceptable. Annotations should be a paragraph of at least 4 sentences in length and should clearly explain why this source will be useful to your paper.
The Paper Will Address 3 Basic Research Questions:
(1) How serious is this problem? What are its underlying systemic (political/economic) causes & potential impacts? Is there a connection between this problem & global climate disruption? Explain.
(2) What economic & political “actors,” interests, relationships, conflicts & institutions shape the domestic and/or international system’s capacity to deal with this issue?
(3) Are there specific economic & political reforms that could successfully address this issue? Or are our current political & economic systems incapable of addressing it? What do you think should/could be done?