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Week 4 Final Assignment: Annotated Bibliography (APA Style) Before beginning this assignment, make sure to review the Wk 3 and Wk 4 Presentations as well as the Student Resources Links for Wks 3 and 4. In addition, review information related to APA formatting of the following, as they are required components of this final assignment: Title Page, Running Head, Headings and Body Paragraphs, In-text Citations (must include at least one in-text citation for each source in your Annotated Bibliography), and Reference Page Citations. Click here to visit a scholarly site to learn more about Annotated Bibliographies . Review this material thoroughly before beginning your assignment, especially the area related to the "Assess" function of some Annotated Bibliographies, as this information is important to the format of your assignment this week. If this link does not work for you, copy and paste the following URL into your browser window: Click here for even more information about format from the Purdue Online Writing Lab , and to see some samples of format and content in an Annotated Bibliography. If this link does not work for you, copy and paste the following URL into your browser window: Assignment: Using all four of the sources you found in week 3, create an annotated bibliography which includes a References citation for each source, followed by a summary paragraph of 50 words and an assessment of source reliability paragraph of 50 words. Make sure your bibliography is formatted according to APA standards. Please include an APA title page that states your research question as the title, as well as a Running Head, clear body paragraphs in APA style, In-text citations (at least one per source), and a Reference Page. Remember that you do not need to write a full paper, only the annotated bibliography. Inclusion of the APA elements such as title page, running head, and so on helps us to know that you can format written work correctly in APA style, which will help you in your future course work at Herzing. Sample of the References citation and basic body paragraphs: Gelman, R. G. (2002). Tales of a female nomad: Living at large in the world. New York City, NY: Broadway Publishing. In Tales of a Female Nomad , author Rita Golden Gelman details her travels around the world as she seeks to Fnd herself in a new stage in life. Recently divorced, Gelmanembarks on an ambitious journey to become a "modern-day nomad," visiting new cultures and new places, while bringing only the possessions she can carry and putting down no roots in the countries she visits. Her purpose is to "live life di±erently, without the connection to material possessions" (Gelman, 2002, p. 3). Because Gelmanundertakes her travels in the early 1980s, she is forging new ground in the genre of the travelogue, a traditionally male- dominated Feld. Though a popular text, this source is reliable and relates to my research topic because I am investigating women's contributions to the traditionaly male-dominated genre of travel writing. Gelman studied anthropology and brings scholarly insight to her topic. Her ethos (credibility) also resides in the fact that she experienced what she writes. This text will help me to uncover some common stereotypes about women and the way they travel or the way they write about travel.
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