Annotated Bibliography Essays


Annotated Bibliography Example for Performance-Based Management

Below is an example of an annotated bibliography on performance measurement/performance-based management. The annotated bibliography includes at least 8 influential scholarly articles. It also includes a 1-page (no less; no more) double-spaced summary for each article. The citation for each article will be listed at the top of the summary page using the standard citation Continue Reading... Continue Reading...

Annotated Bibliography Sample

annotated bibliography Below is a sample of an annotated bibliography. An annotated bibliography is basically a list of sources or references, which should be in alphabetical order, followed by a brief summary of the source and the information obtained from it. Johns, M. L. (2013). Breaking the glass ceiling: Structural, cultural, and organizational barriers preventing Continue Reading... Continue Reading...

How to Write an Annotated Bibliography

When doing a research paper, you’ll sometimes be required to provide an annotated bibliography. You may have heard of a bibliography before—but what is an annotated bibliography? Don’t worry! It’s really no big deal—and quite easy to write. This article will discuss the process of writing an annotated bibliography by giving you a template to Continue Reading... Continue Reading...

Different Types Of Studies Relating to Drugs

the "what." Of course, many other studies are a mixture of the two. This annotated bibliography has two of each of the different types listed above and these were chosen to show that the types of studies relating to drugs come in all three of the major forms. Chandler, R. K., Finger, M. S., Farabee, D., Schwartz, R. P., Condon, T., Dunlap, L. J. & Lee, J. (2016). The SOMATICS collaborative: Introduction to a National Institute on Drug Abuse cooperative study of pharmacotherapy for opioid treatment in criminal justice settings. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 48166-172. doi:10.1016/j.cct.2016.05.003 • A qualitative study… Continue Reading...

Renaissance and Rise Of Humanism in Painting

19 Sep 2016. https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/renaissance-reformation/early-renaissance1/painting-in-florence/v/fra-filippo-lippi-madonna-and-child-with-two-angels-c-1460-1465 The Met. "The Crucifixion." Web. 19 Sep 2016. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/43.98.5/ "The Tribute Money." Visual-Arts-Cork. Web. 19 Sep 2016. http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/famous-paintings/tribute-money-masaccio.htm annotated bibliography Khan Academy. "Fra Filippo Lippi, Madonna and Child with two Angels." KhanAcademy. Web. 19 Sep 2016. https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/renaissance-reformation/early-renaissance1/painting-in-florence/v/fra-filippo-lippi-madonna-and-child-with-two-angels-c-1460-1465 Khan Academy is a great site for researching works of art from the Renaissance. It uses Youtube videos to support the narration provided by two professors of the arts, who travel the world to look at and discuss works of fine art. Lippi's Madonna and Child with two Angels is one such work that the professors examine and discuss. They note the playful… Continue Reading...

Dome Of St Peters Basilica

Ken-Mencher. Web. 10 Sep 2016. http://www.kenney-mencher.com/pic_old/1300_1700/renaissance_architecture_2.htm PBS. "Filippo Brunelleschi." The Renaissance. Web. 10 Sep 2016. http://www.pbs.org/empires/medici/renaissance/brunelleschi.html annotated bibliography "Architecture in Renaissance Italy." The Met. Web. 10 Sep 2016. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/itar/hd_itar.htm The Metropolitan Museum of Art's website is very helpful in providing information about the Renaissance art and architecture and especially about Brunelleschi, whom it features on this webpage alongside profiles of Alberti and Palladio as major figures in Renaissance architecture. The information given on the three is helpful because of the juxtaposition: one can see how the three figures relate -- and how much of an effect Brunelleschi had. The site is even more… Continue Reading...

Teaching and Learning

Teaching and Learning Through Using Stories in the Young Learner Classroom - annotated bibliography In my research paper, I intend to analyse the methodologies and implications of using stories as a vital tool for young learners in a class room. To support my study, I have studied five papers that are either from a book or from a journal. The first and the fourth paper summarized here talks about how stories can help in increasing the vocabulary of children. Stories are described as a means to sustain brain activity in young people.… Continue Reading...

Nigeria Boko Haram and African Terrorism

annotated bibliography Agbiboa, D.E. (2013a). Peace at Daggers Drawn? Boko Haram and the State of Emergency in Nigeria. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 37(1): 41-67. One of the leading analysts on Boko Haram here provides a detailed overview of the group, discussing how Boko Haram emerged out of the chaotic instability in northern Nigeria, what specific demands and issues the group has presented and how those demands have changed, how they recruit, and also the methods Boko Haram uses to facilitate and carry… Continue Reading...

19th Amendment

Why? Part II How far did Amendment XIX's enactment contribute to the achievement of equal female rights, in general: annotated bibliography "Appeal for a Sixteenth Amendment" from the National Woman Suffrage Association; 11/10/1876; Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, Record Group 233. The suffrage movement expressed disappointment when Amendment XV failed to cover female voting rights. Advocates like Susan B. Anthony came together to form the Washington-based NWSA (National Woman Suffrage Association) for coercing the Congress into implementing an amendment guaranteeing female voting rights. In the year 1876, the Association appealed to innumerable local advocacy groups, requesting a great petition… Continue Reading...

Women and Minorities in Leadership and Stem Annotated

annotated bibliography Byars-Winston, A., Estrada, Y., Howard, C., Davis, D., & Zalapa, J. (2010). Influence of social cognitive and ethnic variables on academic goals of underrepresented students in science and engineering: a multiple-groups analysis. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 57(2), doi:10.1037/a0018608 • This article explores how both social cognitive and ethnic variables can play a part in determining the academic goals of people and groups that are "under-represented" within the academic sphere. The groups centered on this study include Africa-Americans, Latinos, Southeast Asians and Native Americans. There were… Continue Reading...

Research Paper Topic and Annotated Bibliography

participate in support groups. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 4(4), 653-660. Retrieved from https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ886537 annotated bibliography An analysis of the link between hopefulness, quality of life (QOL) and internalized stigma among autistic kids' parents is the objective of the current research. All of the articles described below are peer-reviewed, searched on Psychinfo, Wiley library, sciencedirect and other high-quality internet databases that provide access to numerous books and journal articles. The main search terms utilized were 'stigma', 'autism' 'internalized stigma', 'quality of life', 'parents of autistic children', 'caregivers' and 'hopefulness'. Dardas, L. A., & Ahmad, M. M. (2014). Quality of life… Continue Reading...

Culture and Identity in Everyday Use

and yet still be ignorant of one's own actual culture. annotated bibliography Hoel, Helga. "Personal Names and Heritage: Alice Walker's 'Everyday Use'." American Studies in Scandinavia, vol. 31, no. 1 (1999): 34-42. Print. This article focuses on the way in which Dee attempts to give herself a more cultural name by adopting the moniker Wangero Leewanika Kemanjo. Hoel notes that there is nothing authentic or African about this name -- that it is superficial in the extreme and represents the blindness and shallowness of Dee as she attempts to reject her supposed "white oppressors" and the culture they forced on… Continue Reading...

Digital and Social Media Effects on Society

self-control, lower self-esteem, and a breakdown of human interpersonal relationships. annotated bibliography 1. Jung, B. (n.d.). The negative effect of social media on society and individuals. Retrieved online: http://smallbusiness.chron.com/negative-effect-social-media-society-individuals-27617.html In this article, Jung (n.d.) lists four negative effects of social media on society and individuals. Those four negative effects include a false sense of connection, cyber-bullying, decreased productivity, and privacy issues. Because this article disagrees with my thesis that new media is positive for individuals and society, it is helpful in my research. However, this article focuses only on social media and not the Internet in general. 2. Beres, D.… Continue Reading...

Maya Angelou and Racism

especially women who were left out in all the decision-making avenues of the society. annotated bibliography Arsenault, Raymond, and Russell Freedman. "Angelou, Maya Writer." The Cambridge Guide to African-American History (2016): 15-32. This article looks at the life of Maya Angelou and the influence that her life had on her writings. In particular, the article is more focused on her poems and the way that they reflect a major theme around racism and discrimination. This article is helpful in analyzing the development of the theme of racism in her poems and connects the same to her early life. I intend… Continue Reading...

Elderly Showing Early Signs Of Dementia

S. (2014). Video game training enhances cognition of older adults: A meta-analytic study. Psychology and Aging, 29(3), 706-716. annotated bibliography Aristotle University Of, T., Greek Association for Alzheimer Disease and Related, D., Instituto, P., & Virtual Reality Medical Center, U. (2015). Cognitive/Physical Computer-Game Blended Training with Personalized Brain Network Activation Technology for the Elderly (AlterniityAR). This paper addresses a new Virtual Reality Interface offering whole-body involvement "Alterniity AR." More precisely, it provides computer-based exercises mixed together with gaming activities. Authors examined the influence likely moderating factors had on both discrete training schemes and exercise-generated cognitive advantages. Ballesteros, S., Prieto, A.,… Continue Reading...

Annotated Bibliography for Criminal Psychology

critically about how that research applies to my own work. The topic I am considering for my annotated bibliography is criminal psychology. Criminal psychology addresses the psychological motivations for committing crime, including personality theories and theories that take into account biological, social, and environmental risk factors. Because I do not yet know what specific area to research, I will start with three general sources about criminal psychology. The following is my preliminary annotated bibliography on criminal psychology. annotated bibliography Andrews, D.A. & Bonta, J. (2010). The Psychology of Criminal Conduct. New Providence: Matthew Bender. This is a textbook on criminal… Continue Reading...

Annotated Bibliography on Neo Freudianism

annotated bibliography Axelrod, S. D. (2012). "Self-awareness: At the interface of executive development and psychoanalytic therapy. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 32(4), 340–357. In “Executive Development and Psychoanalytic Therapy,” Axelrod (2012) focuses on the singular concept of self-awareness, from a psychoanalytic point of view. Self-awareness, or self-knowledge, is a traditional and established goal of the psychoanalytic therapeutic process. Through psychoanalysis, the client gains insight into his or her own psyche, thereby initiating a self-driven change that has the potential to transform lives. Related concepts include… Continue Reading...

Genetically Modified Organisms Gmo

like Monsanto, government action against GMO foods, animal studies on GMOs, and the prevalence of GMO foods in America today. annotated bibliography Ibrahim, M. A., & Okasha, E. F. (2016). Effect of genetically modified corn on the jejunal mucosa of adult male albino rat. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology, 68(10), 579-588. doi:10.1016/j.etp.2016.10.001 This article provides evidence that supports the potential harm GMO foods may have on living organisms. If animals can be affected by GMO foods, humans may experience negative health consequences as well. Ribeiro, T. G., Barone, B., & Behrens, J. H. (2016). Genetically modified foods and their social representation. Food Research International, 84, 120-127. It is important to get a good idea… Continue Reading...

The Current State Of Education in the United States Essay

high school districts across the country to stem the steady increase in high school dropout rates. annotated bibliography Barth, J. R., Cebula, R. J. & Shen, I. L. (2016). Is the high school dropout rate an increasing function of the proportion of the population in the US cities that is Hispanic? Exploratory evidence. Applied Economics Letters, 23(15), 1099-1103. The authors provide an empirical analysis concerning the salient variables that have been most responsible for the increasing high school dropout rates in American cities in recent years. Based on their analysis of data from more than 300 U.S. cities, the authors… Continue Reading...

Elder Abuse

so as to help the victims via the use of prevention techniques. Part 2 Literature Review ( annotated bibliography) Aas, G. (2018). The Norwegian police and victims of elder abuse in close and familial relationships. Journal of elder abuse & neglect, 30(1), 20-41. This study looks at how criminal justice officers aim to prevent elder abuse when it occurs in familial settings, such as when a child is the perpetrator and the parent the victim. The study reveals that victims in elder abuse are often reluctant to involve police in the issue, so criminal justice agents tend to focus on prevention rather than prosecution.… Continue Reading...

Using an Outline to Craft a Research Paper

overall argument or point of the research paper writer. 2 Completing an annotated bibliography is helpful when I begin drafting a final paper because it gives me an opportunity to think about more sources and identify the reasons they are helpful, what they have to offer, and I why I would reject them or accept them as material to be used in my research paper. It is a way for me to assess the value of my sources and gauge whether or not they are pertinent to what I am trying to accomplish with the final paper. 3 The most difficult… Continue Reading...

Intensive Care Unit Nursing Staff Job Stress and Burnout

conflicts among the colleagues were also recorded, with the resultant effect of interrupting job tasks (Maslach, Schaufeli & Leiter, 2001). annotated bibliography 1. Andolhe, R., Barbosa, R., Oliveira, E., Costa, A., & Padilha, K. G. (2015). Stress, coping and burnout among Intensive Care Unit nursing staff: Associated factors. Journal of School of Nursing, 49, 57-63. Doi:10.1590/S0080-623420150000700009 Andolhe, Barbosa, Oliveira, Costa and Padilha carried out a research on health psychology in 2015. They investigated the burnout syndrome among the nurses in relation to the working conditions in the ICUs. They pointed out two major factors that stress out nurses. These are:… Continue Reading...

Factors for Keeping Employees

the Literature Search The major components of the literature search conducted for the annotated bibliography accompanying this assignment were varied. The primary focus of the literature search was stratified into a pair of two parts. The first of these concentrated on locating literature pertaining to CHF. However, the second of these components was predicated on finding said literature as it specifically relates to a population of Hispanic patients. These two different dimensions of the literature search significantly informed the key words utilized to find research articles. Initially, those key words include CHF, Hispanics and Hispanic patients. However, it soon became… Continue Reading...

Dante and the Inferno

annotated bibliography Alighieri, Dante. "The Divine Comedy, Volume I: Inferno, trans. Mark Musa." New York: Penguin Classics, 2003. Translator Mark Musa provides a blank verse translation of the first book of the Italian epic, Dante’s Comedia. The first book focuses on Dante’s descent into Hell, after becoming lost and confused a in a dark wood—a metaphor for Dante’s stumble from the path of the straight and narrow that leads to Heaven. Having fallen by the wayside, Dante is confronted by three beasts, whereupon aid arrives… Continue Reading...

The Conduct Of Research

annotated bibliography Bowen, G.A. (2008). Naturalistic Inquiry and the Saturation Concept: A Research Note. Qualitative Research, 8, 137-152. Doi: 10.1177/1468794107085301 In this research piece, the author assesses and evaluates the concept of saturation and the various challenges associated with the same. It is important to note that in most qualitative research studies, researchers do not provide an explanation of the actual meaning of saturation in their study context. This is despite claiming that saturation did indeed occur. The author successfully presents a strong argument for saturation claims to… Continue Reading...