PLEASE SEE ATTACHED ASSIGNMENT FROM LAST WEEK FOR A LITTLE INFORMATION ON WHAT MY TOPIC AND DETAILS OF WHAT I AM DOING IT IS A LITTLE BROAD BUT I AM GOING TO STUDY THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CHILD ABUSE AND THE THE AFFECTS THEY HAVE ON GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT AS YOU COME INTO ADULTHOOD. IT IS BROAD NOW BUT WITH SOME RESEARCH AND MORE DETAILS ABOUT HOW ABUSE HURTS PEOPLE AS ADULTS IN DIFFERENT WAYS THAT’S WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR.
Chapter 5: From Problems to Sources
Chapter 6: Engaging Sources
As you conduct your library research and gather relevant sources for your paper you should be taking notes. You can find some helpful advice on how to take notes in The Craft of Research section 6.6 (pages 95-99). An Annotated Bibliography is a way of writing up your notes so that another researcher could benefit from them. The goal is to describe the main ideas of each source and evaluate its relevance to a particular research project.
For this assignment you should summarize and critique at least 10 academic sources relevant to your research project. For each source include the complete bibliographic information in APA style. Then state the sources thesis and as briefly as possible explain the major reasons and evidence given in support of the thesis. Next evaluate the sources credibility and what role the source might have in your final research paper. Each annotation should be about 100-200 words and the entire bibliography should be 5-6 pages long.
For more guidance on annotated bibliographies visit theAshford Writing Centerhere https://awc.ashford.edu/tocw-sample-annotated-bibliography.html The Annotated Bibliography