How is my annotated bibliography different to a standard bibliography?
A bibliography is a list of references or works cited that usually located at the end of an academic paper such as a dissertation. In some instances you may be asked to write an annotated bibliography; this requires you to add a brief comment to each reference of no less than 150 words. This comment should either provide a succinct summary of the work that you are referencing or it should evaluate that work in some manner. The evaluation could say whether the work was useful in your research, compare it to other works you have used, it may describe why the work was biased, how it helped to shape your arguments or changed your thinking or even where you have used it within your work.
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