Create an annotated bibliography of at least three peer-reviewed articles or dissertations related to one of the following topics:
Assemble the annotations into a paper with an introduction and conclusion (each annotation must be one half to one page) that compares or synthesizes the approaches taken in and/or findings of the articles. You may use empirical articles (including meta analyses), literature reviews, theoretical articles, methodological articles, or case studies. (See the APA manual (2010), pages 10â€“11, for a description of each type of scholarly article.) You may expand your search for articles back 10â€“15 years to find seminal articles applying or challenging the theory.
Arrange your articles in alphabetical order.
Annotations: Start each one half to one page annotation with a full citation as a heading and include three paragraphs (subheadings within annotations are not required):
Introduce your set of three annotations with a half page describing the focus you chose and the library search terms you used.
Conclude the paper with a comparison of the articles in relationship to your topic and a discussion of at least one area that might be explored in future research regarding your chosen focus.
Include a cover page.
This paper does not require a reference page because it is an annotated bibliography.
Refer to the APA style guide for your headings and citations.
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American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
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