Annotated Bibliography Directions and Worksheet

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1 Annotated Bibliography Assignment For each of four (4) scholarly* sources that will be used in your Argumentative Research Paper , cite in APA format (as it would appear on a Reference page), and answer the following questions . Each numbered question must be appropriately answered in complete sentences to receive credit for that section. *Remember that newspapers and magazines are not scholarly. Refer to the Wilmington University Library Guide to Evaluating Sources to inform your choice of sources. Source 1: Reference page entry in APA format Webber, S., Detjen, J., Tammy, & Thomas, D. (2019). Team challenges: Is artificial intelligence the solution? Shibboleth authentication request. Retrieved November 6, 2022, from https://www-sciencedirect- com.mylibrary.wilmu.edu/science/article/pii/S0007681319300989 Author (if many authors listed, choose one you can most easily find information on) 1. Who is the author? 2. What is his/her occupation, position, education, experience, etc.? 3. Is the author qualified (or not) to write the article? 1. Shelia Simsarian Webber 2. She is a doctor at Suffolk University in the business department 3. Yes, she is. Purpose 1. What is the purpose for writing the article or doing the research? Tip: If you are using a scholarly journal article, the answer is likely found in the Abstract. The purpose of this article is defined whether AI is really the solution to all workplace problems Intended Audience 1. To what audience is the author writing? Is it intended for the general public, for scholars, policy makers, teachers, professionals, practitioners, etc.? 2. Is this reflected in the author's style of writing or presentation? ( Example: Yes, the author uses higher-level diction and professional language. The document is heavily documented .) 1. I believe the author is writing to inform businesspeople about the benefits and negatives of AI. 2. The author uses experimental support to further he findings.
2 Author Bias 1. Does the author have a bias or make assumptions upon which the rationale of the article or research rests? ( Example: Yes. The author is writing on Right to Die legislation assuming his audience is Catholic.) 1. The author views both perspectives and has no bias. Information Source 1. What method of obtaining the data, or conducting the research, was employed by the author? (Example: The author performed original research OR The author relied on other's research [meta-analysis]) 2. Is the article (or book) based on personal opinion or experience, interviews, library research, questionnaires, laboratory experiments, standardized personality tests, etc.? Tip: If this is a scientific journal article, the "Methods" section may detail this explicitly. 1. The author performed research along other authors and relied on other's experiments as well. 2. It based of library research and experiments Author's Conclusion 1. At what conclusion does the author arrive? 2. Do you agree? 1. The author lets you decide for yourself. Relationship to Other Works (1 paragraph response) Explain how this work "fits" with everything else you've read. The questions below can prompt you. 1. How does the study compare with similar studies? 2. Is it in tune with or in opposition to conventional wisdom, established scholarship, professional practice, government policy, etc.? 3. Are there specific studies, writings, schools of thought, philosophies, etc., with which this one agrees or disagrees and that one should be aware? 4. Compare/contrasts perspectives, consider counter arguments or opposing positions, and draw original and thoughtful conclusions with future implications. 1. This study is a bit different because people usually are just telling you that AI is the way to go which it may be, but I would like to weigh that out for myself. It uses conventional wisdom with professional practice to establish itself as a good article. No there is no specific studies I disagree with. It is just interesting to see why someone may think AI can lead to more problems than rather solving them. Citing a In the space below, add any quotes that you found notable or that you are considering adding to your paper. Use an in-text citation (Last Name, date of publication, page or
3 Source In- text paragraph number) for ease of use later. Example: (Jones, 2019, p. 161) "As opposed to the traditional team model, today's teams are known as 4-D teams: diverse, digital, dispersed, and dynamic" (Haas & Mortensen, 2016, para. 4). Source 2: Referen ce page entry in APA format Stefano, P., Reczek, R., Giesler, M., & Botti, S. (n.d.). Consumers and Artificial Intelligence: An Experiential Perspective. Shibboleth authentication request. Retrieved November 6, 2022, from https://web-s-ebscohost- com.mylibrary.wilmu.edu/ehost/detail/detail?vid=8&sid=f2d6d9e6-7859- 4d9b-bfe9-6af2cbfad9ad%40redis&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3D %3D#db=bsu&AN=147580050&anchor=AN0147580050-18 Author (if many authors listed, choose one you can most easily find information on) 1. Who is the author? 2. What is his/her occupation, position, education, experience, etc? 3. Is the author qualified (or not) to write the article? 1. Puntoni, Stefano 2. Professor of Marketing at The Wharton School 3. Yes. Purpos e 1. What is the purpose for writing the article or doing the research? Tip: If you are using a scholarly journal article, the answer is likely found in the Abstract. 1. He wants to allow people to understand what an AI system can do in many fields especially when it comes to research. Intende d Audien ce 1. To what audience is the author writing? Is it intended for the general public, for scholars, policy makers, teachers, professionals, practitioners, etc.? 2. Is this reflected in the author's style of writing or presentation? ( Example: Yes, the author uses higher-level diction and professional language. The document is heavily documented.) 1. The author is writing to scholars. 2. He is very professional in his tone with high level diction and validated support. Author Bias 1. Does the author have a bias or make assumptions upon which the rationale of the article or research rests? ( Example: Yes. The author is writing on Right to Die legislation assuming his audience is Catholic.) 1. It may seem that he is a bit biased towards AI systems
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