This assessment requires students to construct an annotated bibliography on topic below. What is Corporate Social Responsibility important to businesses today? ABOUT ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHIES An annotated bibliography is ‘a list of sources on a topic by many authors, collected to form the knowledge on that topic’ (Hart XXXXXXXXXXYour annotated bibliography should provide a brief account of at least five academic articles on your chosen topic. Its purpose is to inform yourself about the topic and its ethical dimensions whilst at the same time developing your academic skills of literature searching and review: these are generic skills which will serve you well in other subjects. Structurally, an annotated bibliography comprises of a list of sources known as 'citations' and formatted in Harvard referencing style. In this assessment, your sources (citations) need to be academic journal articles and NOT text-books or popular sources such as newspapers, magazines or web-sites like Wikipedia. Each entry in an annotated bibliography consists of a citation followed by a few short review paragraphs; these paragraphs are the ‘annotations’ and should be a concise description, analysis and evaluation of the article cited. The review should be original; that is, written in your own words and not copied and pasted from the article or anywhere else. Your annotated bibliography should contain a minimum of five citations with reviews. The age of articles is important too: contemporary articles offer the most recent thinking on the topic. Some journal attached.
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