I’m stuck on a Social Science question and need an explanation.
In order to prepare you to do your group research project, each student will complete an (individual) annotated bibliography of SIX academic/scholarly journal articles and/or books, three of which must be published after 2005, addressing your topic. The topics you are assigned for the annotated bibliography is the same topic as your group research project. So, the annotated bibliography will help you with your group research project. Getting Started: You must use six academic journal articles and/or books for this assignment. This is very important, and students will lose a significant number of points for using non-academic (e.g., newspaper/magazine articles, blogs, etc.). Watch the SMC’s library video(s) that explains how to find scholarly sources using SMC’s library website. You may also find this video helpful: Academic Sources Video.What is an annotated bibliography? Description: An annotated bibliography is a list of citations and critical summaries of books and articles on a topic. The annotated bibliography looks like a Reference Page but includes an annotation or summary after each source cited. An annotation is a short summary of a source. (See example below.)For this assignment please provide the citation for each source and a summary of each source. The summary should include: – Research methods employed by book’s/article’s author (researcher) – Main points/arguments of the book/article- Why the source is relevant to your project? Formatting : This assignment is to be typed using Times New Roman, 12-point font. The document should be double-spaced and have 1-inch margins all around. Each entry should be 200-250 words. College level writing is expected for this and all assignments. Please include a cover page with your name, the topic of your research project, the name of group membersPlease use 12-point Times New Roman font.Please use 1-inch margins all around Single-space the citation and annotations. The bibliography should be in alphabetical order.