An annotated bibliography consists of a list of citations to books, articles and other documents on a defined topic, followed by a 1-3 sentence annotation, or brief analysis, of that citation. For Anthro247 literature reviews, the citations will follow the Chicago Style (see the Citing Sources page on this guide for more help with citations).
An annotation differs from an abstract because it does more that summarize.
In anthropology, annotations:
Source: Fiebert, M. S. (2010). References examining assaults by women on their spouses or male partners: An annotated bibliography. Sexuality & culture,14(1), 49-91.
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