Annotated Bibliography Examples

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Annotated Bibliography – Examples Greene, John C., 1961, Darwin and the Modern World View, Louisiana State University Press. A discussion of the impact of Darwin's ideas on biblical inspiration, natural theology, and social evolution. Presents the fallacy of extrapolating evolutionary theory into non-scientific areas. Bettencourt, A. (1993). The construction of knowledge: A radical constructivist view. In K. Tobin (Ed.), The Practice of Constructivism in Science Education (pp. 39-50). Washington, DC: AAAS Press. Gives four constraints on knowledge that can be constructed: one's previous constructions, interactions with others, one's experience, "fit" with the rest of one's knowledge. Voeltz, L.M. (1980). Children's attitudes toward handicapped peers. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 84, 455-464. As services for severely handicapped children become increasingly available within neighborhood public schools, children's attitudes toward handicapped peers in integrated settings warrant attention. Factor analysis of attitude survey responses of 2,392 children revealed four factors underlying attitudes toward handicapped peers: social-contact willingness, deviance consequation, and two actual contact dimensions. Upper elementary-age children, girls, and
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