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OVERVIEW
For this assignment you will complete an annotated bibliography and an outline. You will use this same research and outline as the foundation for the Literature Review: Final assignment.
Utilize Strategic management for this paper.
An annotated bibliography is a list of sources and includes current APA-formatted references to the scholarly/peer-reviewed journal articles that you have compiled for a research assignment.
Following each reference is a brief description, summary, and evaluation of the source (see the requirements below in the Instructions section). The purpose of an annotated bibliography is to benefit the researcher and provide the content, relevance, and quality of the sources.
After the annotated bibliography, an outline will be included in the submission (Use uploaded example). The outline will provide the structure and citation sources for the final submission and will be written in full sentences with APA formatted headings.
INSTRUCTIONS
The submission must include a cover page, abstract, annotated bibliography, outline, reference pages.
Annotated Bibliography
You will provide an annotated bibliography of at least 10 scholarly/peer-reviewed journal articles that you plan to use for your Literature Review: Final. They should each be in current APA format. Use a variety of different journals; do not use more than 2 articles from the same journal and do not use articles that have been embedded in the course materials.
Each reference must include a summary, analysis, and reflection and must answer the questions listed below (expectation is that each annotation will be a minimum of 2 – 3 paragraphs). Do not include books, book reviews, dissertations, websites, blogs, editorials, etc.
All journal articles must be scholarly/peer-reviewed and must have been published in the past 4 years.
You must follow current APA format for an annotated bibliography.
The following must be included in the annotation of each journal article:
• A brief description and summary of the article;
o Include who is the author and how are they qualified?
• An evaluation of the source – is the information relevant to your research? Why or why not?
o Include How does the source fit in the topic chosen to research?
• A determination of how the article will be utilized in the literature review;
o Is the source helpful?
o Too broad or too narrow?
o How will this research fit into your research paper?, and
• An overall assessment of the article according to the focus of your chosen research.
Outline
At the end of the Annotated Bibliography, beginning on a new page, you will provide a detailed Outline of your Literature Review. See the Literature Review: (Outline Example Uploaded) provided for details regarding preparing an outline for a paper.
You must use full sentences and incorporate all of the references that you have found for the Annotated Bibliography. The outline must be in current APA format and a minimum of 2 pages of narrative. *As the outline will be a part of the annotated bibliography, a separate cover page, abstract and reference pages should not be included.