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Anthony Vasta April 7, 2014 Annotated Bibliography Ms.Conaway 3rd Period "Body politic." The Economist.

The Economist Newspaper, 6 Oct. 2012. Web. 7 Apr. 2014. <http://www.economist.com/node/2156419 This source talks about how choices that people make are based on genetics. Tests between identical and fraternal twins were made in order to prove or disprove this theory. The body politic is shown by how the sets of twins vote or make decisions in their communities. Dr.Hatemi and Dr.McDermotts are the lead genetic political scientists doing these different tests on the twins. The author of this article shows examples and graphs of the doctors research on how genetics affect political views and family values. This source was somewhat helpful with my topic. The information about the body politic wasnt exactly all that clear. However, it was very interesting information. I will probably not use too much of the information I was given in my final draft.

Conroy, Robert, Steven Kern, and Manasa Gopal. "Kern Augustine Conroy & Schoppmann, P.C. - Articles and Publications." Kern Augustine Conroy & Schoppmann, P.C. - Articles and Publications. New Jersey Hospital Medical Staffs and Medical Staff Peer Review Litigation, n.d. Web. 8 Apr. 2014. <http://www.drlaw.com/Articles/New-Jersey-Hospital-Medical-Staffs-andMedical-Sta.aspx>.

Anthony Vasta April 7, 2014 Annotated Bibliography Ms.Conaway 3rd Period New Jersey hospital rules are explained in this article. The hospital is explained as being its own governing body with its own specific criteria, rules, laws, and governors that control what is this small healthcare community. Medical staff is taught various laws that they base their ethics of work on. This site gives full examples and definitions of all the rules that the medical body looks to when working. I would recommend this site for someone looking for examples of what a body politic looks like. The article cites all their examples given and has tons of information. I will use examples from the passages in my final draft.

Dean, Cornelia. "Groups Call for Scientists To Engage the Body Politic."The New York Times. The New York Times, 8 Aug. 2011. Web. 10 Apr. 2014. <http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/09/science/09emily.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0>. This source is a reporter getting the views of a few well known scientists who are also politicians. These politician-scientist are trying to help encourage other scientist to be more active in their communities. They want fellow scientist to run for public offices and have some type of input about what goes on in their communities. The scientists that havent left their labs are unsure whether they should or not. They believe they are helping their communities enough just by giving the people their research. This article was very interesting to me and I plan to use all kinds of examples given to me from this reading.

Anthony Vasta April 7, 2014 Annotated Bibliography Ms.Conaway 3rd Period Humphries, Courtney. "Seed Magazineabout." The Body Politic SEEDMAGAZINE.COM. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Apr. 2014. <http://seedmagazine.com/content/article/ Scientists tell how we humans not only live in an ecosystem governed by the laws of life but how we ARE a living ecosystem. We house up to 100 trillion bacteria in our bodies. Scientists are now learning to not only research the harmful bacteria but the good kinds of bacteria as well. This article was informative and interesting to read. I learned a lot within the short reading and I would recommend this article to anyone doing research on bacteria or how the human body itself is a body politic.

Mackie, Vera, and Carolyn Stevens. " Asian Studies Review Volume 33, Issue 3, 2009." Taylor & Francis Online. N.p., n.d. Web. 8 Apr. 2014. <http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1 This article talks about different ways globalization interacts with todays society. Globalization is defined as is the intractable fate of the world and where the world is headed. Some think its what we need and others believe it is our demise. This article is filled with cited works so the reader knows the information is legit. All the information is well worded and easy to understand. Anyone researching the body politic or globalization should use this site.

Anthony Vasta April 7, 2014 Annotated Bibliography Ms.Conaway 3rd Period McConnell, Michael. "Religious souls and the body politic > Public Interest > National Affairs." Religious souls and the body politic > Public Interest > National Affairs. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Apr. 2014. <http://www.nationalaffairs.com/public_interest/detail/religious-souls-andthe-body-politic>. In this article we find a work of literature explaining briefly how a catholic community in different cultures works. The separation of church and state is mentioned quite a bit. Political views are faced off against catholic beliefs amongst other religious beliefs. This source was a research paper so the author made valid facts that were backed up with citations. It was very well written and I recommend this to anyone looking to write an argument essay.

Merriam-Webster. "body politic."Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 7 Apr. 2014. <http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/body%20politic>. This source is from a dictionary website. I used this source in order to get a basic definition of what the body politic was. This source gave me three definitions I used for my source cards and I plan to use them in my final draft. The source also has comments given by other people using the website so I can see other peoples point of view on what the body politic is. I recommend this source for anyone trying to get a clear definition of what the body politic

Anthony Vasta April 7, 2014 Annotated Bibliography Ms.Conaway 3rd Period means. I will use it again and put it into my own words. I suggest anyone else using this resource to do the same.

Moreno, Jonathan. "Brave New WorldTurns 80." The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 9 Feb. 2012. Web. 11 Apr. 2014. <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jonathan-d-moreno/bravenew-world-turns-80_b_1265629.html>. This source sums up what Brave New World, the book Im reading, is about and how it relates to todays technologies. The author of this article sees Aldous Huxley as a Nostradmus. The technologies in the story are compared to those of today and how accurate Huxley was in predicting whether they would become real or not. Honestly after I started reading I found that this had nothing to do with the body politic made it did help me to better understand the authors point of view and some of the story itself.

"The Body Politic and the Body of Christ: Candidates, Communion and the Catholic Church." Pew Research Centers Religion Public Life Project RSS. N.p., 23 June 2004. Web. 9 Apr. 2014. <http://www.pewforum.org/2004/06/23/the-body-politic-and-the-body-of-christcandidates-communion-and-the-catholic-church/>.

Anthony Vasta April 7, 2014 Annotated Bibliography Ms.Conaway 3rd Period This is an interview with a few people studying Catholicism. Among the people being interviewed there is a priest and a professor. They discuss how the catholic community reacts to choices made by catholic politicians. They give their opinions on whether they agree with the politicians decisions about abortion laws. This article is an interview therefore it states the opinions of public figures. Opinions arent facts. This does help give some insight on what the body politic is like from a religious view but I dont think it would be good in a paper.

"united architects essays." united architects essays. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Apr. 2014. <http://danassays.wordpress.com/collected-essays-by-aldous-huxley/aldous-huxley-essayspolitics-and-religion/>. This source talks about how Aldous Huxley wrote many of his essays with the body politic in mind. It is also mentioned that he has a lot of future references mentioned. He is an iconic author. I will use some examples from this article and I would recommend anyone reading Brave New World and doing this research paper do the same.