Beginning in Module 1, we started to explore the concept of an ideal society. Now we will begin developing that society. In order to develop it, we will start by exploring academic sources. Creating an annotated bibliography allows you to collect, organize, and evaluate sources. This is a draft, and you are not obligated to cite these sources in your final paper, but you will receive feedback from your instructor regarding proper citation and appropriateness of the sources.
An annotated bibliography is a list of sources of books, articles, and documents in APA format. Each source is listed in alphabetical order and followed by a brief descriptive paragraph (minimum of 150 words). The purpose of the paragraph is to summarize the source and discuss the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the chosen source.
- Create an annotated bibliography that meets the following requirements:
- Include at least five sources from academic journals or books in correct APA format.
- List each source in alphabetical order.
- Under each source, write one paragraph (at least 150 words) summarizing the source and explaining the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the chosen source.