Description Here are the instructions for: First Half of Desk Study Annotated Bibliography (References list, annotations, & APA style required) and Second Half of Desk Study Annotated Bibliography (References list, annotations, & APA style required) For each of these annotated bibliography assignments, please prepare an annotated bibliography that features five (5) of your ten (10) peer-reviewed academic journal articles or books. These should be the same works that you found and used to complete your Desk Study References list. Your aim is to extend your DS References list assignment. Remember, all parts of your DS Project are on the same topic. As a jumping off point, please use the same document you prepared for your DS References list assignment, but add your annotated bibliography entries for five (5) of the ten (10) works featured on your DS References list assignment. Remember, your annotated bibliography is comprised of two of assignments: (1) First Half of Desk Study Annotated Bibliography (References list, annotations, & APA style required) and (2) Second Half of Desk Study Annotated Bibliography (References list, annotations, & APA style required). That means that you are to feature the first five (5) works in your assignment: First Half of Desk Study Annotated Bibliography (References list, annotations, & APA style required) and feature the second five (5) works in your assignment: Second Half of Desk Study Annotated Bibliography (References list, annotations, & APA style required) Each entry of your annotated bibliography must include all of the following: 1.) a complete APA-styled citation for the selected peer-reviewed scholarly journal article 2.) below the proper APA citation, feature brief comments and annotations about the peer-reviewed scholarly journal article on your topic. This section must include at least one (1) complete in-text citation (you are required to quote from the source you are using) in formal APA style (which can be featured in any of the sections, listed below, of your entry) and at least the following: a.) your evaluation of the work (the value of the evidence, the logic of arguments, etc.) b.) your description of the arguments or findings in the source (do not simply copy/paste the abstract or introduction of the article) c.) the qualifications/credibility of the author(s) or publishing source d.) how this particular work relates to your topic and contributes to existing scholarly literature on your topic (providing this means you are required to read through several works/articles on your topic before you select and use your first source for this first annotated bibliography entry); in this section you are required to include at least 1 direct quote per entry (direct quoting requires formal in-text citations and block-length quotations are not permitted); and e.) how you plan to use the source to support your argument/thesis (identify specific aspects of the work that you will you most heavily utilize in your overall Desk Study Project). 3.) your categorization of the article; you are to determine if the article is most heavily: an Elaboration of the Statement of the Problem, a Design Study, a Review of the Literature, or an Analysis of Data. 4.) your justification for your categorization of each article; explain why you think that each article qualifies as the particular article category.An “article category” refers to how you are choosing to best/most accurately categorize/describe each of the articles you are citing. These are the article categories from which you should be selecting for each source: Elaboration of the Statement of the Problem: Use this if the article most evidently, clearly introduces/summarizes/conveys the problem being studied/examined/analyzed. Choose this if the article primarily and most strongly addresses the issue at hand (which is your DS Project topic). Design Study: Use this if the article’s authors’ study design — their approach/research methods used to analyze/study the topic at hand — is featured most heavily in the article. This means that the article primarily describes and presents the methods used to arrive at the results presented (methods could be field work, surveys, interviews, etc.). Review of Literature: Choose this if the article is primarily and most heavily a review of the existing literature on the topic at hand (your selected Desk Study Project topic). If you choose this category, you’re reporting that the article is best described as a work that offers readers a review of the scholarship published on your topic. Analysis of Data: Select this if the article is mostly useful to you because of the analyses of the data it includes. In other words, the article is most heavily a presentation of the analysis/interpretations of the statistics/collected information from the studies carried out on the topic at hand (your DS Project topic). For more information about this article category, please see: http://www.uky.edu/~eushe2/Pajares/proposal.html (Links to an external site.)
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