The Effect of Boko Harams Insecurity on Nigeria Economy (Annotated Bibliography Sample)
For the Annotated Bib, I would like you to include a RANGE of sources. You will need to have books, periodicals, web sites, archives, and academic journal sources represented in your AB. You need a total of 8 sources. The final product must be in MLA format. For each source you need to:
1. list the source in MLA format
2. Summarize the contents of the source (5-7 sentences)
3. Assess and Reflect on the quality of the source to your topic (3-5 sentences)
This assignment will count as a paper grade (100 points), so please choose your sources wisely. You will want to be sure the entire assignment is written in your own words - I will check for plagiarism. Use your best spelling, grammar, and mechanics. It counts.
This a sample of A student work on Annotated Bibography (use it as a sample only!)
9 September 2015
Brooks, Aaron. "The Court's Missed Opportunity to Draw the Line on Partisan Gerrymandering: Lulac V. Perry." Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 30.2 (2007): n. pag. Questia. Web. 5 Sept. 2015.
Brooks’ article published in the Harvard Journal of Law reviews what has prompted state political parties to increase efforts to draw politically advantageous electoral maps. The article analyzes majority parties that openly try to pack opposition voters into certain districts. The article also reviews multiple court cases on racial and partisan gerrymandering around the country. Secondly, the author looks at how the Supreme Court has the address this issue by reviewing the Davis v. Bandemer. The author suggests that lower district courts and the Supreme Court have failed to delineate a standard to implement legal gerrymandering by reviewing the effects of Vieth v. Jubelirer. Lastly, the article determines the constitutionality of any given plan in respect to the First Amendment, the Fourteenth Amendment, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. This article can be considered a valid source in that it is published in a prestigious and well-respected law journal. The article refers to court cases and rulings that are on record in the highest court in the nation. This is a peer reviewed article, which allows professionals in the fields of law, politics, and the social sciences to review and comment on the accurateness of the information.
Clayton, Dewey M. African Americans and the Politics of Congressional Redistricting. New York: Garland, 2000. Web. 7 Sept. 2015.
The book states that majority black districts are vital to ensuring equal representation of African Americans in Congress. The author claims that majority African Americans districts are being dismantled by conservatives and the Supreme Court. The author evaluates critics who contend that African American politicians can win elections in majority white districts without racial gerrymandering. This book provides details about the history of racial segregation, how whites use racial bloc voting, and the absence of minority success in non- African American districts. The book is divided into two parts. The book is an acceptable source on the subject due to the background of the author and the vast amount of research that has gone into writing this book. The author, Dewey M. Clayton, Ph.D., is a Political Science professor at Louisville University. He has published numerous journal articles and has published a book entitled The Presidential Campaign of Barack Obama: A Critical Analysis of a Racially Transcendent Strategy.
The Effect of Boko Haramâ€™s Insecurity on Nigeria Economy
An Annotated Bibliography
Onuoha, Freedom C. "The Audacity of the Boko Haram: Background, Analysis and Emerging Trend." Security Journal 25.2 (2012): 134â€“151. Web.
In his works, Onuoha portrays that Boko Haram are a bad signal to Foreign Investors and economic experts are predicting increased reduction in the influx of foreign investors in the country in forthcoming years. Trends in the FDI flows in Nigeria indicate that the investments plummeted to $6.1 billion in 2010 from $8.65b realized in the preceding fiscal year 2009. Onuoha obtained his statistics from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), which indicates a 78 percent drop in FDI. The quick drop in Foreign Investment in Nigeria will have a detrimental effect on Nigeria economy as FDI has a direct impact on the trade and local economic growth. FDI supplements local investment increasing the countries productivity. The most worrying fact, however, is the high dependency of the Nigerian oil sector on Foreign Direct Investment and how the GDP will be affected.
Loimeier, Roman. "Boko Haram: The Development of a Militant Religious Movement in Nigeria." Afrika Spectrum 47.2 (2012): 137â€“155. Print.
Nigeria has long been a country of varying regional strengths complementing each other. What lacks in the North is provided by the South and vice versa. Loimeier asserts that the increased attacks in the north have caused mass movement from the northern region. There is no evidence showing that migrants have returned to their respective states. Drawing from Loimeierâ€™s book, increased persistence in the crisis will cause a significant dearth of the regions professionals and artisans. Evidently, doctors from the region are fleeing, and the ones remaining do so because of few opportunities. The crisis is also causing reduced rent rates creating the opposite effect in the destination regions. Eventually, a lot of pressure is put on the inadequate infrastructure in the southern region. The author has lived in the country for over 10 years and gives the perspective as it is on the ground. The book examines Boko Haram from a historical perspective and considers the theological, social, political dynamics in its writing.
Comolli, Virginia. "The Regional Problem of Boko Haram." Survival 57.4 (2015): 109â€“117. Web.
The transport industry is one of the most impaired facets in Nigeriaâ€™s economy. Terrorism has affected transportation trips from the North to the South and vice versa. Comolliâ€™s journal has made a distinct contribution to the subject by observing the public transport facility in northern and southern Nigeria. Increased fear of attack has reduced the regular two trips per week to almost none. The road transport activity has been so dismal to the extent that getting a 13 or 59-seater bus requires twice as much effort as before the onslaught. The country has tried to improve on transport security by introducing checkpoints on major highways. The author shares the same sentiments as Onuoha about the inactivity levels in the North following mass departure.
Rogers, Paul. "Nigeria: The Generic Context of the Boko Haram Violence.â...
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