Annotated Bibliography based on research question

Research question: In what way does social media contribute to depression in teens?

Annotated Bibliography Assignment
(1,500-word minimum)
For this assignment, you will compile a 1500-word annotated bibliography. This document will include three sources exploring the research question you developed regarding a social justice issue. This is not a traditional research essay. It does not begin with a thesis. Instead, you begin with a question and do research to seek answers. 
A quick note: You will use the research from this assignment for a later assignment, so be sure you truly are interested in your topic.
Annotated bibliographies are used when doing research to help the researcher keep track of multiple sources and ideas. Usually the information gathered is needed for a larger project; therefore, it is important to keep the information organized. Used in almost every field, annotated bibliographies allow for an exploration of a topic or question, and help the researcher compile data and information for anyone interested in learning about the topic.
Your annotated bibliography will include the following:

Here are the grading criteria for this project:
 Your annotated bibliography

is informative about the topic and includes sources that offer a variety of information and viewpoints.

includes three sources in total; at least one should be multimodal. Note: if you want to use four or five, that is fine.  

We can pick any kind of genre.  We just want to be clear about what the genre is–for example–what is a memoir known for?  A Tedtalk?  A case study from a Psychology journal, a short Science Fiction story, etc?  

includes all assigned sections and is easy to read with regard to formatting (spacing is consistent, fonts and headings are professional looking, etc.).

uses MLA in-text citation when quoting from sources.

lists the sources in alphabetical order.

uses language, transitions, word choice, and grammar that is appropriate for the genre.

has been carefully proofread.

meets the required word count: at least 1500 words!

has been submitted on time.

Annotated Bibliography Details
Introduction (approx. 300 words)

Source Entries (approx. 300 words each; three entries total)
You need three entries: each entry includes the source citation, a summary, and a reflection. Be sure at least one source is multimodal (for example, an infographic, a YouTube video, a documentary, etc.). Also, remember to organize the source entries in alphabetical order by authors last name (or by first significant word if there is no author listed).
For each entry, do the following:

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION: List each source using MLA format. See City Tech Librarys Citation and Formatting Guide.

SUMMARY: In this paragraph, convey what the author states in the article and do not give your opinion. Use phrases like according to the article/video/podcast and the author discusses to show the information is from the text (and not your own ideas).

Put the sources main point into your own words. Also, include important details such as data, facts, and evidence the author uses to support their claims. You might note how they use this evidence to arrive at their conclusions.
Finally, include at least one quote: put it in quotation marks and cite it properly.

Give your opinion of the source! Comment on what goal this piece is trying to accomplish and what audience (students, experts, the general public, etc.) it seems to be addressing. Also, include any questions you might ask the author and/or mention aspects of the topic the author has overlooked. Do you agree or disagree with what the text is saying? How does this source add to your knowledge of the topic? Does the sources genre add to its ability to convey its message?  For example, if a source is a short story, or an interview, how does the way that the text is written help to understand the topic?
Finally, include at least one quote: put it in quotation marks and cite it properly.

Conclusion (approx. 400 words)

Summarize what you found in your research.

Discuss what you learned while doing this research and why it is important to the overall topic.

Explain who you think needs to know about your research and why. (The answer cannot be everyone needs to know. That is too big of an audience.) Narrow it down to who needs to hear about it first or the most, and why you think so.