An annotated bibliography is a list of sources that you intend to use in your research paper. Its purpose is to help you identify research that has been done on your topic and evaluate it, specifically considering its value to your social analysis/research. For each annotation (source) you will be required to provide a description of the source (approximately one paragraph) along with a critique or evaluation of its relevance to your topic. You should use APA style to format your annotated bibliography.
What to include in your description/critique of a source:
- Summary of the main arguments
- Conclusions made by the work
- The contribution that the work makes to the field or area of study
- Strengths and weaknesses of the work
- Issues/ omissions/ gaps/ problems that you identify
- Value/contribution that this source will have to the model you are using
- Your conclusions/perceptions about the source.
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