Annotated Bibliography and Outline

Annotated Bibliography
Johansson, M. (2007). Historiography and psychoanalysis.?International Forum of Psychoanalysis,?16(2), 103?112. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08037060701300083
For the annotated bibliography, you will annotate each of the three articles for modules 1 and 2, this includes Hebbrecht (2013), Johansson (2007), and Perera (2013)
Annotations are descriptive and critical assessments of literature that help researchers evaluate texts and determine relevancy in relation to a particular research project. Ultimately, this is a note-taking tool that fosters critical thinking, demonstrates understanding, and evaluates the source material for possible later use. Annotated bibliographies are helpful tools for organizing and preparing for a research paper or project. Instead of reading articles and forgetting what you have read, you can have a convenient document full of helpful information about the articles you have read. In addition to helping you remember what you have read, an annotated bibliography can help you see the bigger picture of the literature you are reading. It can help you visualize the overall status of the topic, as well as where your unique question might fit into the field of literature.
Entries should be in alphabetical order, include the full APA formatted reference, including doi, and an annotation (of at least 250 words). Your annotation should include indicative, informative, and evaluative information about the article. Remember that each of your annotations should be at least 250 words in length and include both summative and evaluative information. Please see the assignment rubric for more information on how the assignment will be graded.
Skywalker, L. (1981). Dagobah: Swamp planet or treasury trove of secret knowledge? Journal of Jedi Studies, 77, 293-309. Retrieved from http://www.journalof jedistudies.org
Annotated bibliographies are helpful tools for organizing and preparing for a research paper or project. Instead of reading articles and forgetting what you have read, you can have a convenient document full of helpful information about the articles you have read. In addition to helping you remember what you have read, an annotated bibliography can help you see the bigger picture of the literature you are reading. It can help you visualize the overall status of the topic, as well as where your unique question might fit in.
Entries should be in alphabetical order, include the full APA formatted reference, including doi, and an annotation of at least 250 words. Your annotation should include indicative, informative, and evaluative information about the article. For the annotated bibliography, you will annotate each of the three articles for modules 1 and 2, this includes Hebbrecht (2013), Johansson (2007), and Perera (2013)
Note the purpose of the article, the participants/subject of the study, the conclusions drawn by the author(s), and the validity of the conclusions. Evaluate the article: is it a credible source? Describe the credibility of the author ? are there any biases? How well did the author support his or her assertions? Did they provide an adequate literature review? Were there any limitations?
Kenobi, O.W. (1977). Mos Eisley spaceport: A wretched hive of scum and villainy. Journal of Intergalactic Spaceports, 7, 42-50. http://dx.doi.org/4815162342
Kenobi presents a solid argument for the wretchedness of the Mos Eisley spaceport. His research is thorough, current, and his claims are well-supported. He examines the denizens of the spaceport, thoroughly documenting the caliber of their occupations and characters, setting up a firm argument for their inadequacy as galactic citizens. Based on a thorough review of the literature, an exhaustive survey of his sample population, and an analysis of the data using SPSS, he concludes that there is no spaceport more wretched than Mos Eisley.
Based on other literature in the field, and the ample support provided by Kenobi in this article, the conclusions drawn here seem valid. Kenobi is a prolific researcher in this field, with 85 publications in peer-reviewed journals, and five texts published with well-regarded academic publishers. This article is published in the leading journal of spaceport research, indicating credibility for the article and an intended audience of other spaceport experts.

Provide a Title for Your Paper
Your outline should include information from the articles from Modules 1-4. This includes Johansson (2007), Perera (2013), Hebbrecht (2013), Kluners (2014), Schutt & Castonguay (2001), Summers (2006), and Newirth (2014). Each theme must include support from at least three of these articles. Please delete all instructions and comments before submitting your work.

Introduction
Capture the reader?s interest. Provide one or two opening sentences.
Provide context for the paper Provide information to set up your argument
Statement of common themes Provide your statement.
State your thesis Provide your thesis

Theme 1: Name of Theme
Present an important theme you observed in the three articles.
What is the theme?
Why is it important? Provide at least your topic sentence for the theme.
Use evidence from at least three articles to support your conclusion that this is an important theme.
What does each article say about the idea?
How are the different articles connected around this particular theme?
(optional) Transitional sentence to the next theme.

Here is an example of what I expect from you. Let?s pretend that all three articles describe the health benefits of yoga.
Theme 2: Health Benefits
Yoga is a discipline for the body and mind, with mental and physical health benefits.
Yogisatre (2016) examines the physical health benefits of yoga
Increased flexibility, increased core strength, better posture
Can decrease the effects of osteoporosis
Vikram and Hatha (2013) explores the mental health benefits of yoga
Practitioners are more relaxed, have better control of their breathing
Kellish et al. (2014) discusses both physical and mental health benefits
The meditative elements of yoga are linked with decreased stress, depression, and anxiety; correlation with lower blood pressure, reduced chronic pain, and better sleep

Theme 3: Name of Theme
Present an important theme you observed in the three articles.
What is the theme?
Why is it important? Provide at least your topic sentence for the theme.
Use evidence from each of the three articles to support your conclusion that this is an important theme.
What does each article say about the idea?
How are the different articles connected around this particular theme?

Conclusion
Provide a statement of conclusion. A statement of the conclusions that can be drawn when the articles are taken together as a single entity. What is the overall message of the group of articles? By tying all articles? material together, support the assertion from the thesis.
Summarize the three main themes.

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY!
Make sure that your references are in hanging indent and use Microsoft Word to format the indent ? do not tab over!
Highlight the references and then right-click to get the menu. Click on ?Paragraph,? and then you?ll see the ?Special selection? section under ?indents.? Select ?Hanging? from the pull-down menu and make sure that it?s set to 0.5 inch indent. Click OK and the hanging indent will be set.
Make sure that your references are in alphabetical order, double spaced, and include doi information.
Please save your work as Firstname Lastname_Assignment so that your name is in the filename of your work, this helps me grade work more quickly. For instance
Stacey Bridges_AB+O Unconscious mind.docx
You work must be submitted to Turnitin, please review your report to ensure that you have correctly paraphrased in any of your annotations and you have not plagiarized.
PLEASE DELETE ALL OF MY INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR WORK

References
Author, A., Author, A., & Author, A. (2014). The article title is in sentence case. Journal of APA Style, 42, 74-89. doi: 48.1516.2342
Author, A., Author, A., & Author, A. (2014). The article title is in sentence case: If there is no DOI include the journal home page in the reference. Journal of APA Style, 42, 74-89. Retrieved from http://www.journalhomepage.org
Author, A. (2014). Book titles are in italics and still in sentence case. City: Publisher.
Author, A. (2014, March). Articles from a magazine or newspaper. Psychology Today, 39, 32-49.
Reynolds, M. D., & Tyree, A. (2008). ?Teaching values in a materially rich but morally poor society. ?The International Journal of Learning, 15(9), 117-122. https://dx.doi.org/10.18848/1447-9494/cgp/v15i09/45944?