Annotated Bibliography

Staff, ProQuest. “Censorship Timeline.” Leading Issues Timelines, 2018. SIRS Issues Researcher, article covers how things were banned in the media field to show that it didn’t only start with music but started with banning books at first. I mainly use the example of the first pope who banned books that was not approved by the Vatican. SIRS is an academic website that has a lot of credibility with institutions and the work published, which they use ProQuest, another academic reliable website that is managed by scholars with master’s degrees and above in each field they publish.


“Censorship.” Dictionary of Media and Communication Studies, James Watson, and Anne Hill, Bloomsbury, 9th edition, 2015. Credo Reference, Accessed 25 Jul. 2018.This article covers who was affected by the things that were not censored before and how it affected them. I use this to show how different my research was from they information James Watson received when he did his. This reference comes from Credo a scholarly site that goes through rigorous nitpicking of what articles should be scholarly published. This segment is just for my filler in my video to show numbers.


Kirkegaard, Annemette and Jonas Otterbeck. “Introduction: Researching Popular Music Censorship.” Popular Music & Society, vol. 40, no. 3, July 2017, pp.257-260. This article brings forth the conversation to the “present.” What’s happening with popular music that we still air it on the radio with the bad words bleeped out. This article makes well-known artist in the music field due to Annemette having a PhD in Philosophy and in musicology. And since the artist are in our time period we get to know and discover ourselves about the artist and what they said to get that “Explicit Content” warning on their album. Her work comes in ebsco search without the full text, but if you go to the website provided you can view the full article without paying a dime.