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Annotated Bibliography Preparation We suggest you use an organizing tool from the Capella Library: More Services and Tools page, such as RefWorks, to help you keep track of your articles. Refer to the helpful links in Resources. Terms to know for this post: Current research article: This can vary depending on the nature of the LSQ; for most searches you must seek articles published in the last five years. For some topics, this restriction may not apply—for example, if writing about psychoanalysis, you will want to cite Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, who published beginning in the late 19th century up to his death in 1940. In cases where the restriction does not apply, provide a rationale for choosing an older article. Purpose: The purpose of a research proposal is to propose strategies for answering the research question (RQ). The purpose of a theoretical discussion is to outline the nature of a scientific dilemma and consider premises for opposing views as well as to offer possible opinions and solutions to the problem. Qualitative investigation: This non-empirical type of inquiry seeks socially constructed descriptions of abstract phenomena. Quantitative investigation: Quantitative investigations are empirical inquiries that seek answers to research questions that can be presented in numerical form. Research problem: This is also referred to as “the gap in the literature." Identify for each article the area

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