ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY INSTRUCTIONS
The Annotated Bibliography is designed to assist you with your Research Paper references, teach you how to search for scholarly journal articles, as well as to practice using proper in-text citations.
You will select 3 full-text, scholarly (peer-reviewed) journal articles that directly relate to one or more theories from the text that you are interested. Choose articles that will be helpful to you in your Research Paper assignment as well as articles that have been published in the last 7 years. Save each article as a PDF file. It is recommended that you read and review the Research Paper Instructions at this point.
Your Annotated Bibliography must be a 300–500 words per review of each of the 3 articles that you selected. (You will have your first reference listed, then a review of the article, then the next reference listed and a review of that article, and then the third reference listed and a review of that article.) It is required to be 2–3 pages and does not need to include a title page, abstract page, or reference page. However, each reference must be listed before the 300–500-word review in current APA format.
The review portion will give a general synopsis of each article that you read. You must paraphrase; do not include any direct quotes. You must include appropriate in-text citations. If you do not include any in-text citations in this assignment, you will receive a 0. Proper use of in-text citations is imperative. You are encouraged to utilize the chapter on in-text citations in your APA manual. Please do not cite other sources outside of the article that you are reviewing.
You will submit 4 documents total in your submission: the 3 PDF documents that you saved (one for each article) and your Annotated Bibliography.
If you need assistance finding scholarly journal articles, click here to learn how to navigate through Liberty’s Online Library.
A grading rubric is provided to ensure you follow the assignment expectations.
Submit your Annotated Bibliography by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 3.
When you are searching Liberty’s Online Library, be sure to select “Full-Text” and “Peer-Reviewed.” To find useful articles, narrow your search by selecting portions of the theory, key words, or phrases to use as your search parameters. Using only the theorist’s name or theory will likely result in too many results to be effective.
Your articles must be from scholarly journals. It is preferred that the journals you select have the word “Journal” in the title (Journal of Marriage and Family, etc.). Ideally, each journal that you review should have a Methods section, Data, Results, and Conclusion sections, but these sections are not required. You must not use book reviews, obituaries, magazine articles, or online articles that have not been published in scholarly journals.
These are the 3 Theories I have chosen and according to the instructions have narrowed it down for the search.
Carl Rogers – Person Centered Theory – Psychotherapy
Eric Fromm – Humanistic Psychoanalysis – Character Orientations
Karen Horney – Psychoanalytic Social Theory – Intrapsychic Conflicts
Be sure to follow instructions precisely, make sure to include the articles so I may down load with the finished project, absolutely no plagiarism this will be going through a thorough plagiarism check site.
Who Was Karen Horney?… [corrected] [published erratum appears in PSYCHIATR TIMES 2012 Apr;29(4):22].
Ingram, Douglas H.; Psychiatric Times, 2012 Mar; 29 (3): 22-3. (journal article) ISSN: 0893-2905 CINAHL AN: 2011525596, Database: CINAHL Plus with Full Text
Subjects: Psychiatrists History; Psychoanalysis History; Psychological Theory History
Carl Rogers’ fateful wrong move in the development of Rogerian relational therapy: Retitling “relationship therapy” “non-directive therapy”.
By: Ellingham, Ivan. Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies. Sep2011, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p181-197. 17p. Abstract: This article examines the relationship between Rogerian therapy and Rankian relationship therapy across four stages in the development of Rogerian therapy to its present relational form. The case is made that Rogers perpetrated a fateful wrong move in first titling his therapy “non-directive therapy” since Rogerian therapy is essentially an evolved elaboration of Rankian relationship therapy. [ABSTRACT FROM PUBLISHER] DOI: 10.1080/14779757.2011.599515. (AN: 63594203), Database: Academic Search Complete
Subjects: PSYCHOTHERAPY; THERAPEUTICS; RELATIONAL-cultural therapy; CLIENT-centered psychotherapy; PSYCHIATRY
The Modern Man between Existence and Possession.
By: GOZO, Zeno. Philobiblon: Transylvanian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research in Humanities. Jul-Dec2013, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p245-259. 15p. Abstract: Eric Fromm’s work – “To Have or to Be” – allows at least some reflection and elaboration of ideas especially as we stand at a certain distance in time of its appearance. We will follow up, based on the main axes provided by the author, possible elaborations of the “to have” and “to be” paradigms. Some fundamentally different existential areas involve different philosophies of life, powered by autogenous backgrounds, self-sufficient, clearly bounded by an area with strong axiological and epistemological accents. We shall also follow some nuances that enrich the German author’s original theses: the shift from having to “to be”, the description of horizons that are specific to both paradigms, conceptual extensions of the sociological perspective (adopted by the author) as possible interpretative returns from the domain of “to be” towards the one delineated by the “to have”. A fruitful direction of our exploration is the highlighting of the impersonality (collectively determined) of the world of “to have” and the need to customize the existence (in a selective and sober philosophical point of view) for a solid settlement of “to be”. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] (AN: 92976068), Database: Academic Search Complete
Subjects: CONSUMERISM; EXISTENTIALISM; POSSESSION (Law); TO Have or to Be? (Book); FROMM, Erich, 1900-1980