Annotated Bibliography

An annotated bibliography is an alphabetical list of research sources that includes a brief description (or “annotation”) of each resource, including the conclusions drawn or found, and a critical analysis of the source.

Prepare an annotated bibliography for a minimum of six (6) peer-reviewed journal articles.

You may include more sources than those required, and may include other types of sources once you have met the preceding requirement for journal articles. However, extra credit will not be given.

For each article, you are to write a two-paragraph summary that describes the topic discussed, and its relevance to the research topic. You must also include an evaluation or critique of the source (“critical analysis”).

Key Points to Consider for this Assignment

• For your peer-reviewed academic journal articles, be sure to include the purpose of the research, the hypothesis, the variables studied, the research method used, and the conclusion



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