Questions to consider in the annotation The purpose of an annotated bibliography is to evaluate the quality of different sources.
Does the source show any intended or accidental bias, for or against the topic. What was the thesis of the research, the opinion of the book, or conclusion of sttatement study.
Was there a hypothesis, method, and conclusion.
Does the source suggest areas for further research.
When you do this, though, you should explicitly say so. Staetment something like: Philosopher X doesn't explicitly say that P, but it seems to me that he's assuming it anyway, because.Read more
With regards the body of the Abstract you need to make a clear statement of the topic of your paper and your research question....Read more
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