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Research planning: Create an annotated bibliography

Your background information should come from scholarly books and journals, or reputable mass media sources. Use search engines such as JSTOR and Google Scholar.

Create an annotated bibliography by providing at least ten sources relevant to your topic.

  • Name of author(s).
  • Publication date.
  • Title of book, chapter, or article.
  • If it is a chapter or article, write the journal's title or book where they appear.
  • A brief description of this work, including the main findings and methods.
  • A summary of how this work contributes to your project.
  • A brief description of the implications of this work.
  • Identify and gap or controversy in knowledge this work points up, and how your project could address the problem.

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