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PSY102 - Introduction to Psychology - Harris: Annotated Bibliographies
Writing the annotation When writing your annotation, the complete citation should come first and the annotation follows. Depending on the type of annotated bibliography you are writing, you will want to include:
The purpose of the work
A summary of its content
For what type of audience the work is written
Its relevance to the topic
Any special or unique features about the material
The strengths, weaknesses or biases in the material
Explain why you chose the article and how it helps you develop your topic. - This qualitative piece is the most important part of the annotation.
For each article you’ve chosen you will have a citation followed by your annotation.