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CJ 300 Module Three Worksheet Annotated Bibliography for the Final Project Name of Student: Course and Section Number: Overview: In Module Two, you completed Milestone One of the final project to provide an overview of the issue you selected and that was approved for your project. That overview outlined the importance of your selected issue with respect to a trend in the field of criminal justice and included information necessary to set the stage for your “supervisor.” Now you will identify and summarize five peer-reviewed scholarly articles that you will use to conduct further research on the selected issue for your final project. An annotated bibliography is a list of citations for books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief descriptive and evaluative paragraph (usually under 150 words): the annotation. Prompt: Create an annotated bibliography summarizing the five peer-reviewed scholarly articles, which include both qualitative and quantitative research, that you will use for research for your final project. Instructions: 1. Save this worksheet to your computer and begin work. 2. Refer to the Module Three Worksheet Rubric for more information on how your submission will be graded. 3. Use the SNHU Library to locate peer reviewed scholarly articles. You must include at least two articles based on quantitative research and at least two articles based on qualitative research. The following SNHU Library resources can assist you: 3. Complete the worksheet for article #1: Citation DEISINGER, R. (2018). Moving Past Campus Experiences of Sexual Assault: The Development of a Feminist Consciousness for Healing Past Trauma.  Canadian Woman Studies 32 (1/2), 120–127. Retrieved from 
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  • Fall '16
  • Rudy Brown
  • Qualitative Research, assault, scholarly articles

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