Creating Annotated BibliographiesBased on APA StyleAnnotated bibliographies are not specifically addressed in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) (6th ed.). We have taken the example given online at the OWL at Purdueas the basis for formatting.
It is a good idea to take careful note of any directions given in your assignment, and tocheck with your professor if you have specific questions Contents
2. Sample Annotated Bibliography
3. Standard ReferenceList/Bibliography GuidelinesThe following is a summary of things to knowwhen creating an annotated bibliograph ybased on APA Style:
The annotated bibliography consists of two elements Citation in current APA style format AnnotationThe annotation will follow the citation on the next line. There is not an extraspace—double spacing is used throughout An annotation is different from an abstract.
It should have several sentences summarizing the main points or ideas found in the item. It should then include your own statement evaluating the quality of the item and/or relating the item to your own research topic. For a longer annotated bibliography, it is appropriate to divide into sections or topics, and to title those sections as seems fitting.
The standards are summarized, and a brief discussion is included of the implications going forward for business and international trade. The authors indicate thatchanges to the business community will be relatively minor.
This is a helpful source forgetting an overview of the current ethics standards in out sourcing.American Management Association. (2010). The AMA handbook of business writing.New York, NY: Author.The American Management Association has created its own guide for business writing.
Designed as a supplemental text to more thorough style guides such as APA, this guidecovers topics relating specifically to business, such as citing financials, formatting of company reports, and professional approaches to information integrity in the workplace.
This is an indispensable work for anyone doing professional business writing.Barthelemy, J., & Geyer, D. (2005). An empirical investigation of IT outsourcing versus out sourcing in France and Germany.
Information & Management, 42, 533-542.doi:10.1016/j.im.2004.02.005The authors present an investigation of IT outsourcing based on the combined results of a survey administered to IT firms as well as statistical measures from domestic and Frenchor German firms.
Their data covers a wide range of IT business unit types. However, thelack of longitudinal data weakens their conclusion that the slower pace of French and German IT outsourcing has had a long-term positive effect on business in those countries