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Annotated Bibliography - Autumn, Emily, and Maddy - State 2014 NHD

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Annotated BibliographyEmily Swenson, Madaline Leis, and Autumn Ritter

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1998: Kevorkian assists suicide on tape. Dr. Jack Kevorkian. CNN Breaking News, 1998. Web. 17 Dec 2013.

This video is a primary source because it is a recording of Dr. Jack Kevorkian assisting Thomas Youk, Kevorkians last patient. Dr. Kevorkian videotaped it himself. We split this video into two separate sections to explain how Kevorkian retrieves consent and how Thomas Youks death occurred. We first saw this tape on CBSs 60 Minutes; however, we received the video from CNN Breaking News.

CBS News Staff. Kevorkian Assists Youngest Suicide. CBSNews.com. CBSNews. 26 Feb. 1998. Web. 16 Dec. 2013 This source was an article found on CBS. Included on the source was further information concerning Roosevelt Dawson and his death. The source went further into detail about the police not revealing the time and date of Roosevelt Dawsons death until the investigation was complete. We used this on the personal biography page on our website. This source is primary because it is a web article written in the time of the events it was explaining; this article enhanced the details and information for the publics purpose. Chua-Eoan, Howard. The Life and Deaths of Jack Kevorkian (1928-2011). content.time.com. TIME US. 3 June 2011. Web. 5 Dec. 2013. After searching with Google, we found this source. It included quotes from Kevorkian and information about his campaign for euthanasia, both of which we added to our website. This source is primary because it is an article from TIME Magazine that was published the day of Kevorkians death. Death at Kevorkians Side Is Ruled Homicide. New York Times. 6 June 1992: 10. Print. 14 March 2014.

This source is a primary source because it is a newspaper article from the time of Jack Kevorkian. It helped us understand what newspapers were publishing, and we used it for the Bad Jack page on our website. We got this article from the La Crosse Public Librarys databases. Drennen, Kyle. Kevorkians Attorney on MSNBC: He Will Be Remembered as a True Hero and Martyr. newsbusters.org. 3 Jun. 2011. Web. 5 Dec. 2013. We found this source through the search engine Google. This source was an interview between Kyle Drennen and Kevorkians attorney, Geoffrey Fieger. From this, we used quotes for our website. This source is primary because it contains direct quotes from Dr. Jack Kevorkian.

Dr. Jack Kevorkians 60 Minutes Interview. Jack Kevorkian. 60 Minutes. 1998. Web. This source was a video found on 60 Minutes. Included on this source was the video of Thomas Youks death and the signing of the papers. The video showed how much the patient struggled to do something as simple as speaking, nor did he have control over his arms; the video also shows the injection of the lethal drug. We used this source on Thomas Youks personal biography page, and the explanation of the death process. This source is a primary source because Jack Kevorkian, the creator and topic of our project, was explaining and showing the death process of his patient right in the video/interview. Dr. Jack Kevorkian on the Assisted Suicide of Janet Adkins. The MacNeil/Lehrer. PBS Newshour, 1990. 17 December 2013. This source is a primary source because it is a video of Jack Kevorkians interview with the MacNeil/Lehrer show. Kevorkian talks about what it was like aiding Janet Adkins, his first patient, and what happened with her. This video was cut down multiple times to be split throughout our website and put into the appropriate pages. These pages are purpose, historical significance, patients personal biographies, and process twice. The video helped us understand why he did it, what it was like with each patient, how he did it, and Kevorkians reaction to being called a criminal. We got this video from PBS Newshour. Dr. Kevorkians Wrong Way. New York Times. 5 June 2007: A22. Print. 14 March 2014.

This source is a primary source because it is a newspaper article from the time of Kevorkian. It helped us understand why publishers believed Kevorkian was wrong, and we used it for the Good Jack/Bad Jack? page on our website.We got this article from the La Crosse Public Librarys databases.

Everett, Linda. Doctor Kevorkians Newest Campaign. Executive Intelligence Review. 22 Jan. 1993: 63. Web. This source was an online magazine article found through Google. This source is primary because it contained a quote directly from Dr. Kevorkian. From this source, we received a quote from Kevorkian about his view on terminally ill patients. In our project, we used it to justify why he continued to practice euthanasia, even with the controversy from the public. I Have No Regrets. Dr. Sanjay Gupta. CNN News, 2010. Web. The source was a video of an interview found on CNNs website. Included on the source was Dr. Kevorkian taking a tour of his college for the first time since he graduated. Dr. Kevorkian also pointed out classmates he remembered in a picture. Included in the interview was Dr. Kevorkians explanation of his purpose in life. He also elaborated on what he accomplished, and what he wished he could have accomplished. We used this information in our project on the Purpose page on our website. This source is primary because it is an interview that features Kevorkian, and shows Kevorkian speaking and interacting with Sanjay Gupta.

Jack Kevorkian. Assisted Suicide Advocate, Dies. CBS News. CBS. 3 June 2011. Web. 8Jan. 2014. The source was an article found on CBSNews. Included on this source was Dr. Kevorkians death information; the source also elaborated on Dr. Kevorkians opinion, purpose, and who he was. We used this source on the biography page on our website. This source is primary due to it being a magazine article from the day of Jack Kevorkians death. Jack Kevorkian Biography. Bio.com. A&E Networks Television. Web. 24 Nov. 2013.

Bio.com is an online-database that allows users to search significant people, TV broadcasts, videos, photos, etc. This source is a primary source because it included quotes directly from Dr. Jack Kevorkian. Also, we do have Biography.com cited as a secondary source used for Background Information. This source helped us understand what Jack thought and why he did what he did. Having used this website before, we knew that it was a highly credible source, for its facts agreed with facts on other databases. Jack Kevorkian Dies, Leaves His Mark. Susan Donaldson James: World News. ABC News, 2011. Videorecording. 14 March 2014,

This source is a primary source because it is an interview of Jack Kevorkian. We got this source searching is Jack Kevorkian a good man through Googles search engine. We used it on the Good Jack side of our Good Jack/Bad Jack? page on our website; it is used twice for Kevorkians Wishes and Dr. Life.

Jack Kevorkian, Known As Dr. Death, Dies. 3 Jun. 2011. theglobeandmail.com. Web. 14 Mar. 2014.

This source is primary because it is a video recording of Dr. Kevorkian, and was published the same day as his death. This source was found through a search on Youtube, and we then searched for the video by name on Google to find the original website of publication. This source is a video, and it was used on our website on the Jacks Life page, to give the viewer a visual representation and audio to make it easier to understand the information that is provided on our website. Jackson, Nicholas. Death Van. 1991. theatlantic.com. 2011. Web. 5 Dec. 2013. After completing a search with Google, we found this site, which includes information on Kevorkians death van. We cited this information and added it to the section on our website about Janet Adkins. This is a primary source because it includes direct quotes from Jack Kevorkian, images of the van that was used in Janet Adkins suicide, and it was written the year of Jacks death. Jeffrey Dahmer - Mini Biography. Biography.com. A&E Television Networks, LLC. Web. 20 Feb. 2014. This source was found using Biography.com, searching Jeffrey Dahmer. We used this source to add media to our website in the historical context page. It helped us understand that not only was Jack Kevorkians assisted suicides inflating the news, but the serial killer, Jeffrey Dahmer, was, too. This source is primary because Jeffrey Dahmer speaks in the video, and it was recorded at Kevorkians time. Kevorkian, Jack. Dr. Jack Kevorkians 60 Minutes Interview. Interview by Mike Wallace. 60 Minutes Overview. CBS Interactive Inc., 4 June 2011. Web. 25 Nov. 2013.

When we were first learning about Dr. Kevorkian, together we watch his 60 Minutes interview. This interview explained to us: who he was, why he was considered a criminal, and what impact he made on America. We received this source by simply searching Jack Kevorkian - 60 Minutes into the Google search bar. This interview is a primary source because it was at the time Thomas Youk passed, Kevorkian is featured speaking for himself, and it is a very credible source. Kevorkian Assists in His 100th Suicide. Los Angeles Times. 14 Mar. 1998. Web. We found this source using Google, the search engine. This site included information about Kevorkians 100th suicide. For our website, we used this to add to our description of Waldo Herman (the 100th patient) and his life. This source is primary because it is a newspaper article that was written the day after Jack Kevorkian assisted in the suicide of Waldo Herman, and it included direct information that Kevorkian gave to the writer of the article.

Kevorkian Case: Kevorkian Trial Set. cnn.com. 31 Dec. 2007. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. We found this source through a Google search. The source is an article on CNN.com about Dr. Kevorkians trial. We used this to explain what happened at the trial, what Kevorkian pleaded, and what the final result of the trial was. This sourc