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Writing Annotated Bibliography

Submitted by • January 6, 2012

An annotated bibliography can be defined as a summary of the total number of sources used in research work. An annotated bibliography is a crucial requirement in most if not all academic work especially for those engaging in higher levels of learning. An annotated bibliography generally seeks to first acknowledge the various sources that you have used in the academic work and these sources may also be quite useful to other researchers who may also be working on the same topic of study. It also seeks to offer a summary of sources that may be useful later on in the research. It also has the overall purpose of helping to narrow down a research topic to a more specific point of view especially when one is just beginning the research project (Speck, 2008).

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