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1. A bibliography is a list of sources for use in a project, and includes the full citation (name of paper, authors, publication, and year). An annotated bibliography contains for every citation a brief synopsis or summary of the citation, and an evaluation of relevancy to the project, credibility of authors, main conclusion reached by the authors and additional observation reached by the user.
The purpose of an annotated bibliography is to be a quick reference guide, to have these in one place, to allow one to critically analyze sources (where does it ﬁt in my project, is it reliable), and makes the creation of a bibliography easy.
The organization of a group of articles is organized by usually by subtopic, chronology, and possibly methodology.
The articles to include in an annotated bibliography are only those that are relevant to the project. The bibliography has to include references to...
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