You are required to make an annotated bibliography providing(500 words).
Your annotated bibliography should be clearly marked.
You annotated bibliography should include a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Unlike an abstract, which is a purely descriptive summary, often found at the beginning of scholarly journal articles or in periodical indexes, the purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. Therefore, each citation should be followed by a brief (usually about 100 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph: the annotation. Annotations are descriptive and critical; they expose the author’s point of view, clarity and appropriateness of expression, and authority.The assessed learning outcomes for this assignment are as follows:
L1. Describe and summarize the project and specialist areas of sociology, demonstrating key knowledge of the field in relation to questions of social justice
L4. Illustrate understanding through considered evaluation of evidence and reading
L6. Show awareness of multiple perspectives and differences among critical positions
The assessment criteria for this assignment are as follows:
4. Knowledge and understanding of subject matter
5. Critical Judgment and Analytical Ability
6. Enquiry and use of sources
7. Written Communication
8. Application of technical skills
Plagiarism is a serious assessment offence and will be treated as a breach of the Academic & Assessment Regulations.
The submitted assessment must be your own work. You must ensure you use your own words. Paraphrasing is still regarded as plagiarism if a candidate fails to acknowledge the source for the ideas being expressed. The use of quotes, paraphrasing, etc., must be clearly indicated using the Harvard system both within the text and in a separate detailed bibliography. Remember, referencing and the proper use of quotations provides evidence of reading and research.
EXCEPTIONAL work that is based on extensive independent research demonstrating an authoritative understanding and application of concepts, methodologies, skills and content relevant to the subject and to its representation in oral, visual and/or written forms as appropriate. Sustained personal independent practice is highly developed. Analytical and/or critical thinking and synthesis of material is of a high order. Creative development is obtained through independent insight. Work is fully referenced