Background Information Bisignani and Brizee (2011), contributors to the Purdue Online Writing Lab, explain in very clear terms why writing an annotated bibliography can be very beneficial for the researcher. Included is a detailed explanation of how to write an annotated bibliography. That information could not be provided in this document because of copyright laws, but you may access all information by going to the Purdue OWL website through the following direct link: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/01/. For this assignment, each individual annotation entry within each workshop annotated bibliography submission document should follow the basic outline reflected below to be sure to obtain the required content areas. The Purdue OWL example provides a partial depiction of the intended format. The actual content to be addressed, however, differs somewhat from that shown on the Purdue OWL website, as detailed in the outline below.

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