Treat each source as a separate entry Each annotated reference should contain

Treat each source as a separate entry each annotated

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Treat each source as a separate entry. Each annotated reference should contain the complete citation for the work followed by two paragraphs that represent a summary and a critical appraisal. The summary must identify the main point(s) of the article and the methodology used. It must be written in your own words and must not contain quotes. The critical appraisal should identify the strengths, weaknesses (if any) and usefulness and/or relevance of the source to your essay. You must include a copy of the abstract for each reference in your annotated bibliography. If you use a book chapter that does not have an abstract, include a scan of the first page of the chapter. USEFUL SOURCE How to prepare an annotated bibliography: FORMAT The first page of the submitted material must have your name and student number, the title of the essay and a one-paragraph introduction that gives the research question that you will address. The title and introduction can be taken from your initial proposal or can be modified versions following the feedback given to you and the success or otherwise of your search of the literature. You cannot completely change topics without having discussed and then submitted a new proposal to the professor at least 10 days before the deadline for the annotated bibliography. The second and third pages must be a copy of the last submitted version of your essay proposal text. The fourth and subsequent pages constitute the annotated bibliography. All entries must be in alphabetical order by first author and each must be no more than one page in length. You must use a consistent citation style,
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  • Fall '18
  • Antoni Lewkowicz

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