ASSIGNMENT ID
115237
SUBJECT AREA Education
DOCUMENT TYPE Annotated Bibliography
CREATED ON 2nd March 2017
COMPLETED ON 3rd March 2017
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Preparing an Annotated Bibliography

Prepare an annotated bibliography for the 2 articles that are attached. Each annotated bibliography should 1 and half pages. Please include : thesis and scope of the study, name the hypothesis and the population being studied, methodology and main points, conclusion or findings, and evaluation. Please do not plagiarize.
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