Annotated Bib Waylon

Pearson, Susan. "Animals and Children First: A History of Humane Societies." Chicago Humanities Festival. Northwestern University, Chicago, IL. 7 November 2013. Web. 20 June 2016.

In the lecture Susan talked about how back in the old days the humane society took cases of child abuse. She told a story of a young girl being abused, her case was brought to the humane society and it was the first child abuse case they accepted. ASPCC branched out of ASPCA in big cities. They made the point that animals and children are considered helpless. So now days there are places that will help prevent child abuse.

Published November 7th, 2013. The information does not need to be updated. It helps our understanding of non-profit organization by providing facts and examples of how it works and how it started. The author is Susan Pearson. The publisher is Chicago Humanities festival. Her credentials is that she is a historian at Northwestern University. The URL reveals that it is .com. The information is supported by the evidence. It was a little biases but that's probably because she is supportive of the cause. The purpose is to teach us the history if the ASPCA. The information is fact.

I agree that in any case of abuse that there should be something done about it, Especially with kids. This argument can relate to the fact that when I was a kid my father abused my brother and I physically and emotionally.

"National Suicide Prevention Lifeline." Lifeline. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 June 2016.

The National Suicide Lifeline is a call center where you can call if you are having suicidal thoughts or any other life threatening problems. It is available 24/7 and the calls are free. This lifeline is not just for suicide, its for people who need help with thoughts of harm, substance abuse, sexual orientation, family problems, child abuse, depression, any illness or any other problem a person could have. It was founded in 2007.

Does not tell when last updated. This information is current. The information is current enough to be used. The links are functional. People that are in a harmful situation. The webpage is appropriate for everybody. I am comfortable with citing this source. There is an email you can use to contact them also a phone number. The page is a .org, for organization. The information is unbiased. There are no grammatical errors. The purpose of this information is to inform. The author does make their purpose clear.

I agree with everything in this article/webpage. I honestly believe if someone needs somebody to talk to there should always be someone to either talk to or to call. There have been many times iv had to call a life line for either myself or other people because I did not know how to deal with the situation. There is nothing really to disagree with. The source is not really biased, its there for people who need it. The information is pretty straight forward.

2nd source

"Nearly $589K Go to Ed Groups, Others for Suicide Prevention." KFGO-790. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 June 2016.

North Dakota Department of health has awarded almost $589,000 dollars to the National Suicide Prevention lifeline and other suicide prevention places and centers. Suicide is the second leading cause of death between the ages of 15 to 24 in North Dakota.

This article was posted June 26, 2016. So I am guessing that's when it was last updated because it was yesterday. The information is current for it was yesterday. Yes it is helpful. Yes it relates to my subject of the suicide prevention. It is helping out the organization. The intended audience is people who are interested and involved with the cause. The sponsor is KFGO out of Fargo/Moorhead. It it .com. The information is supported by the topic. It is unbiased. The article is to inform. The article is also fact, for it is telling us how much money has been raised for this organization.

I agree with the fact that they raised that much money for this non profit organization. The author/sponsor and I both believe that supporting this life line is a very good thing to do. This article really doesn't relate to my life. I don't disagree with this article. It is just informing us about the money that was raised for the lifeline programs.

3rd source

"Beltrami Suicide Rate Triggers Health Department Investigation." Minnesota Public Radio News. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 June 2016.

This article is about how Beltrami has a very high rate of suicide compared to other counties. From 1995-2005 Beltrami county had about 19 deaths per 100,000 people. The article says that Native Americans have a higher rate of suicide in 2007. Another reason the rate might be high is due to the shooting in Red Lake county, and the kids were struggling with that.

This article was published September 17, 2007. This information is probably out of date. I wouldn't use it for any current information. Its useful to me. It does relate to my topic for it deals with suicide. The audience is people who are looking for suicide rates in Beltrami County. The author is Lorna Benson, a Health reporter. The site has a .org, so its an organization. Yes the information is supported by the evidence. The information is somewhat biased. The purpose of this article is to inform about suicide rates in Beltrami County in 2007.

I do agree that Beltrami County has a high suicide rate, only because you hear about it in the community. This article relates to me just because I live in Beltrami County and it is hitting close to home. Its scary honestly. It is hard to find things to disagree with when its telling facts and statistics. This article tells of people reaction to the statistics and how it is so shocking. The article overlooks the other causes of suicide in Beltrami county, it only talks about the school shooting and how it affected those students.


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