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1 Sourcecard from book Perry, Suzanne and Michael Aft. "An Aging Population Can Contribute Much to Society." Ed. Katherine Swarts. The Aging Population. Detroit: Gale Cengage Learning, Print. This citation was made using Son of Citation Machine. Note the hanging indent.

2 Notecard from previous book “Proponents of getting the boomers involved in nonprofit activities say they hope to radically reshape the way society thinks about the graying of America. Instead of viewing older Americans exclusively as a drain on society who are going to bankrupt health- care and Social Security programs, they argue, they should be considered a tremendous asset that can be tapped to help solve social problems.” This note is verbatim. All of yours should be, too. Therefore, you need to use quotation marks. Perry and Aft 148 This is your Source ID. It comes from your sourcecard. Use the word in the flag (all authors’ names if there are more than one) + page numbers, if applicable. Contributions This is your topic. Get it from your bubble map

3 #TopicNoteSource Page #Citation 1 Contributi ons "Proponents of getting the boomers involved in nonprofit activities say they hope to radically reshape the way society thinks about the graying of America. Instead of viewing older Americans exclusively as a drain on society who are going to bankrupt health-care and Social Security programs, they argue, they should be considered a tremendous asset that can be tapped to help solve social problems." Perry and Aft 148 Perry, Suzanne, and Michael Aft. "An Aging Population Can Contribute Much to Society. "Ed. Katherine Swarts. The Aging Population. Detroit: Gale Cengage Learning, Print. Spreadsheet entry from previous book All of the components of the notecard and sourcecard are included in this entry. Verbatim note, enclosed in quotation marks. Citation, created using Son of Citation Machine. Source ID. Use page # column ONLY if the source includes page numbers. Topic. This comes from your bubble map.

4 Baby Boomers Beneficial to Economy Harmful to Economy This is probably what your bubble map looks like right now. You will add to it as you take notes.

5 Baby Boomers Beneficial to Economy Harmful to Economy Add this “grandchild” bubble based on the note you just took. Can contribute

6 Sourcecard from Points of View database Sprague, Nancy. "Counterpoint: The Baby Boom Generation Is Bankrupting the U.S. Social Security and Medicare Programs." Points of View: Baby Boomers (2013): 3. Points of View Reference Center. Web. 29 Sept Points of View database created this citation. Capitalization errors needed to be corrected.

7 “As a result of the boomer generation’s size and characteristics, there is an excellent chance that those eligible for retirement in the next twenty-five to thirty years will receive little or no Social Security retirement benefits.” Inadequate Social SecuritySprague Notecard from Points of View database

8 Spreadsheet entry from Points of View database 2 Inadequate Social Security "As a result of the boomer generation’s size and characteristics, there is an excellent chance that those eligible for retirement in the next twenty-five to thirty years will receive little or no Social Security retirement benefits." Sprague Sprague, Nancy. "Counterpoint: The Baby Boom Generation Is Bankrupting the U.S. Social Security and Medicare Programs." Points of View: Baby Boomers (2013): 3. Points of View Reference Center. Web. 29 Sept

9 Add this additional “grandchild” bubble based on the note you just took. Baby Boomers Beneficial to Economy Harmful to Economy Can contribute Will deplete Social Security

10 Bernard, Dave. "The Impact of Baby Boomers Working Past 65." On Retirement. U. S. News & World Report LP, 18 Jan Web. 29 Sep Sourcecard from article found on Internet This citation was created using Son of Citation Machine.

11 Notecard from previous Internet article “When existing employees stay on the job longer, there will be fewer opportunities available for younger workers in search of a career. In an already tight job market, this could prove frustrating to younger job candidates who are forced to wait in the wings.” Bernard Delaying retirement

12 Spreadsheet entry from previous Internet article 3 Delaying retirement "When existing employees stay on the job longer, there will be fewer opportunities available for younger workers in search of a career. In an already tight job market, this could prove frustrating to younger job candidates who are forced to wait in the wings." Bernard Bernard, Dave. "The Impact of Baby Boomers Working Past 65." On Retirement. U.S. News & World Report LP, 18 Jan Web. 29 Sep 2013.

13 Add this additional “grandchild” bubble based on the note you just took. Notice that you were also able to add a “great-grandchild” since your note gave you specific details about this reason. Baby Boomers Beneficial to Economy Harmful to Economy Can contribute Will deplete Social Security Older workers delaying retirement Fewer jobs available for young Great-grandchild


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