Due Wednesday 3/23 by 11:59 pm.
Please edit the research review template in your channel in Teams to provide an annotated bibliography of research relevant for your project. You should have at least 12 sources total. As noted below, at least one of the sources should focus on the specific local population your project aims to reach.
For each source, replace the placeholder text that says "[bibliographic information]" with the full bibliographic citation. Then replace the text that says "[annotation]" with a paragraph or so explaining the article’s main point and how it bears on your project. Be sure to include a mix of sources addressing: (1) the broad underlying social problem; and (2) actions that have been proposed or enacted to address it.
If the entry is focuses on the specific problem and population you’re addressing (that is, the local community rather than people elsewhere) please indicate that with "Yes" in the "Specific?" column. These entries can include books or articles about the local area, or can go beyond that to include other information such as data from the Census or other government sources; data collected by non-profits or the private sector; or data you collect yourself via surveys or interviews. Of your full list of sources, at least one and preferably a couple, should be about the specific population.