Annotated Bibliographies

Bibliography is commonly known as the book listed alphabetically in writing papers. Annotated bibliography is much complex than that. The main purpose of this is to aid the readers in finding the sources where the material for the paper was used.
Initially, pick the sources you drew information from. Every entry may be different depending on the type of data it is: if it's from an interview, an article, a book, etc. The standard outline includes the author's name, publication date and title, name of publisher and the location where published.
  1. The Composition

    An entry is supported and followed by a short paragraph. They can be complete sentences or verb phrases; it depends on the instructions given. To start writing, here are a few pointers:

    • Evaluate the scope of resources to be researched
    • Research related materials
    • Assess sources and jot down important detail
    • Provide complete citation with regard to the specific citation format (APA, MLA, etc.)
  2. Information included in an Annotated Bibliography

    • Work's main purpose
    • Description of format and content
    • Probable readers of the work and the author's credentials
    • Possible shortcomings or biases as you observed
    • Your personal observation and impression
  3. Things to Avoid

    • Do not list sources more than once
    • Critically state your opinion
    • Strictly follow the required format
    • Paraphrase than quote
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  1. And my torture begins. Wish me luck) Thanks for the tips.

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  2. An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation.

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  3. An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents where each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 100 to 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation.

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  4. An annotation briefly restates the main argument of a source. An annotation of an academic source, for example, typically identifies its thesis (or research question, or hypothesis), its major methods of investigation, and its main conclusions.

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  6. An analytical or critical annotation not only summarizes the material, it analyzes what is being said. It examines the strengths and weaknesses of what is presented as well as describing the applicability of the author's conclusions to the research being conducted.

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