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PLSC 400: Populism in Europe (Sznajder Lee): Literature Review

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Literature Review Resources

An annotated bibliography is a listing of the resources you will use in your paper and includes:

  • a brief summary of the content of the resource (book chapter, article, etc.)
  • an explanation of how you, as the author, will use the resource within your research project

Cornell University Library has a good resource on how to prepare an annotated bibliography, including examples.

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