The annotated bibliography could be a part of bigger appointment, such as essay or thesis, or to be established by your mentor as the autonomous processed detail which is used to estimate a set of various skills. Anyway writing of the annotated bibliography is the task which is taking away a lot of time and that which can be quite difficult for a number of reasons.
The list is an obligatory part course and the thesis and shows ability of the listener to put into practice knowledge gained when studying the disciplines.
The list joins bibliographic data on the sources used by work preparation.
It is recommended to include also bibliographic entries for the works quoted in the text documents and sources of the actual or statistical data (in this case interlinear or intra text bibliographic text references aren’t made out).
In works of retrospective or survey character there is a need of a mention of this or that edition. In case the list joins bibliographic data on editions with which the listener directly didn’t get acquainted, the source of data from which data on the edition (in a form are taken is specified in bibliographic record: “Tsit. on…” or “It is brought on…”).
The list of references needs to be made by certain rules:
Selection of literature. The literature used by work preparation is specified.
Descriptions of sources. Each record about the book or article are the short bibliographic record including the main data:
– surname of the author and his initials;
– output data: place of the edition, publishing house, year of the edition;
– number of pages.
Creation of the annotated bibliography is a labor-consuming task as she demands in-depth studies around your subject domain to find suitable sources which will help you to perform your task or the thesis. The choice of texts which you want to include is complicated; how you know what of them best of all are suitable for your subject? Narrowing of the most relevant sources for your subject domain from a wide range of literature can be difficult, and you need to be convinced that you have a good, exhaustive range of sources and also adhering to accurately certain borders.