An important part of your work in this course is a review of articles related to the topic of your major project, the Culture Paper, view Week 1 Checkpoint: Culture Paper for complete guidelines. An annotated bibliography is a method you can use to summarize and assess the articles you plan to use for your Culture Paper.
For this assignment, you are required to write an annotated bibliography for one research article related to the topic of your Culture Paper. The bibliography should reflect the research you are doing related to your cultural groupâ€”for example, older adult widowers or English language learner students. Or your research can be related to your problem of interestâ€”for example, coping with the death of a spouse or support of student mentors, respectively.
- You will write an annotated bibliography for one research article related to your Culture Paper. The annotated bibliographic entry for each article should be two to three paragraphs for a total of no more than four pages in length.
- The OWL Purdue Online Writing Lab has a good guide to writing annotated bibliographies; you are encouraged to follow the format outlined on this site specifically relating to the summarization, assessment, and reflection. Following are excerpts from the Purdue guide and should be used to direct the writing of your annotated bibliography.
- Summarize. Some annotations merely summarize the source. What are the main arguments? What is the point of this book or article? What topics are covered? If someone asked what this article/book is about, what would you say? The length of your annotations will determine the degree of detail of your summary.
- Assess. Is it a useful source? How does it support the focus of your paper? Is
- the information reliable? Is this source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source?
- Reflect. Ask how this source fits into your research. Was this source helpful to you? How does it help you shape your argument? How can you use this source in your research project? Has it changed how you think about your topic?
- Write your annotated bibliography in your own words. Do not use the abstract of the article as your annotated bibliography.
- The articles you select must be at a graduate level. All must come from academic/professional-level referenced journals. You cannot use articles from introductory nursing journals (such as RN, AJN).
Provides clear examples supported by course content and reference(s) that articulate how source(s) relate to the topic and why the source(s) were selected. All instruction requirements noted.
In addition to a complete summary of the source(s), additional scholarly resource(s) add validity and continued dialogue throughout the annotation. All instruction requirements noted.
By comparing and contrasting content within the source material, alternative viewpoints are noted that offer additional insights into the assignment and practice. Critical analysis of the source content and the relationship to nursing is evident. The knowledge gained from this assignment is synthesized to indicate a plausible path for utilization within practice as an APRN. All instruction requirements noted
Well-organized content with a clear and complex purpose statement and content argument. Writing is concise, with a logical flow of ideas.
Correct APA formatting with no errors. The writer correctly identifies reading audience, as demonstrated by appropriate language (avoids jargon and simplifies complex concepts appropriately).Writing is concise, in active voice, and avoids awkward transitions and overuse of conjunctions. There are no spelling, punctuation, or word-usage errors.
Please, same writer. HE WROTE NH34260 and is writing NH34294.
The homework is a continuation from the first homework .
Textbook is same