Part 2: Annotated Bibliography (20 points, 15%) ARTICLES FOR ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Part 2: Annotated Bibliography (20 points, 15%)
An annotated bibliography may serve a number of purposes, including but not limited to reviewing the literature on a particular subject, illustrating the quality of research you have done, providing examples of the types of resources available, describing other items on a topic that may be of interest to the reader, and/or exploring the subject for further research.
For this project, you are to identify at least 10 original sources of research from scholarly or otherwise authoritative, reliable sources. At least 5 of your sources should be scholarly articles from social science literature. At least 3-4 of your sources must have been published within the past 3 years. You will cite each resource in APA style and then write an approximately 150-word description that summarizes the central theme and scope of the resource, and evaluate the usefulness of that resource for your project.
The following critical elements must be addressed in your 150-word annotation of each resource:   • Summarize the central theme of the resource.   • Include a paragraph in which you do the following:         o Evaluate the author’s authority or background.         o Explain how this resource will work in conjunction with other cited works to illuminate the topic of interest.
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Assignment Quality Checklist:
Did you include 10 scholarly or otherwise reliable, authoritative resources related to your topic?
Are 5 of your articles scholarly articles from social science research?
Are 3-4 of your sources published in the past 3 years?
Are all citations presented in APA 7 References list citation format?
Did you provide a short summary of the important information in each resource?
Did you include a brief evaluation of the authority and relevance of each resource for your topic?