Role Model Review: Annotated Bibliography
You must find at least 5-8 reputable resources and you will choose at least 3 with which to support your essay. To assist you with this, complete the following worksheet. Part I
Directions: Use the following library and internet resources to locate a resource to support your essay. Complete the following table below the example table provided. * Use the Role Model you selected as your “keyword” to search the GCU database located in the GCU Library at http://library.gcu.edu
| Resource Name
| Resource Type
| Explain how you accessed your resource.
| How is the resource relevant to your essay topic?
| Martin Luther King, Jr.
| Journal of Religious Thought
| Academic Journal
| Clicked on the link above to the library home page. Selected “Find Journal Articles.” Clicked on “Christian Studies” under “Find Databases by Subject.” Selected “ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials.” Also selected “Religion and Philosophy Collection.” Used keywords “Martin Luther King AND (worldview OR religion* OR belief*).”
| Describes how Martin Luther King, Jr. viewed racism, a just society, and the means for creating a just society.
| Student Summary
| This article covers the views of Benjamin Mays, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King, Jr. on three key questions: 1) What is the nature of racism? 2) What is a vision of a just society? and 3) What are the means to enact the vision? Benjamin Mays addresses the pervasiveness of racism and calls for realizing the ideals of the American dream. Malcolm X addresses the role of White people in racism and calls for separation and judgment on racism. Martin Luther King, Jr. addresses the multiple dimensions that racism affects, citing economics and the violation of rights that occurs when something is...
Bibliography: GCU Style Citation | Hatch, R. D. (1979). Racism and religion: The contrasting views of Benjamin Mays, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Journal of Religious Thought, 36(2), 26-36. |
GCU Style Citation | Mialet, H. (2012). The Extended Body of Stephen Hawking. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 37(4), 354-371. doi:10.1179/0308018812Z.00000000028 |
GCU Style Citation | Batabyal, A. (2012). Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow: The Grand Design. Journal Of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics, 25(1), 103-105. |
GCU Style Citation | Scott, Callum D. 2012. "The death of Philosophy: a response to Stephen Hawking." South African Journal Of Philosophy 31, no. 2: 384-404. Religion and Philosophy Collection, EBSCOhost (accessed August 7, 2013). |
GCU Style Citation | Goodwin, I. (1998). At White House, Stephen Hawking enthralls Clintons and guests with cyber-lecture on Physics. Physics Today, 51(6),52. |
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