Bassler, B. & Taga, M. 2003, ‘Chemical communication among bacteria’, PNAS, vol.100, no.2, pp.14549–14554, viewed 14 August 2012.
Annotation (About bacteria)
This Journal information comes from Michiko E. Taga and Bonnie L. Bassler. Their Affiliations is with the Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University and The National Academy of Sciences. The article consists of information about how bacteria communicate between each other through cell- cell information. I will use this information to support my claim that humans are not the only species that communicates.
Jamieson, J. 2001, ‘Alexander Graham Bell: Eugenicist’, Mankind Quarterly, vol.42, no.1,pp. 65-76, ProQuest Central, viewed 7 September 2012.
Annotation About Alexander Graham Bell
Source type: Scholarly Journals, about Alexander Graham Bell. I will use this information to support my claim that speaking face to face is not the only way to people communicate.
Schulz, T. & Whitehead, H, & Gero, S. & Rendell, L. 2008, ‘Overlapping and matching of codas in vocal interactions between sperm whales: insights into communication function’, Animal Behaviour, vol. 76, no. 6, pp. 1977-1988, Elsevier, viewed 1 September 2012.
Annotation (About Whales)This Journal Article gives information as to how animals such as whales and dolphins communicate with each other. I will use this information to support my claim that humans are not the only species that communicates.
McCune, J. 1999, ‘Technology dependence’, Management Review, vol. 88, no.1, pp.10-12, ProQuest Central, viewed 1 September 2012.
Annotation (About Dependence on communication)
This journal article shows information about how much people are dependent on communication technology. I will use this information to support my claim that people are too dependent on communication technology