Child Development 292 (01)
Seminar in Exam Option
Fall, 2009 - Hembree

 

Annotated Bibliography

As part of the preparation for your focal topic and exam petition, an annotated bibliography is required. An annotated bibliography is a list of references, each accompanied by a descriptive and evaluative statement (i.e., an annotation). Such annotations, usually about 100-200 words in length, serve two purposes: (a) to help you to critically evaluate your sources and, (b) to help you to develop and refine your topic.

The bibliography should include no fewer than 20 citations on your topic (using APA style), at least 14 of which must be recent articles from peer-reviewed journals published in the last 5-8 years.

For information on writing annotated bibliographies, please see the following links:

http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill28.htm

http://www.library.mun.ca/guides/howto/annotated_bibl.php

 

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Send problems, comments or suggestions to: hembrees@csus.edu. Updated: August 20, 2009