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An annotated bibliography is a list of publications, systematically arranged, and including a descriptive account of the contents and themes of each item. A critical annotation is more than a summary; it also evaluates the material in terms of its usefulness and quality.




The following is a systematic way of evaluating what you read. The questions apply to most types of literature (books, journal articles, or government publications and virtually all subjects. Not all the questions will be easily answered in every case, but keeping them in mind as you read will put you well on your way toward a critical analysis of the publication.
1. Authority
Who is the author? Is the author qualified to write on the subject? What is the author’s education, occupation, title, experience etc? What type of journal is the article published in? (ie: popular magazine or scholarly journal).
2. Purpose
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6. Results
What conclusions does the author arrive at? Is it a clear, appropriate and reliable analysis of the data? Are unexpected results, reservations, or limitations of the study design discussed?
7. Conclusions
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8. Extras
Are there attachments or appendixes such as maps, charts, bibliographies, tests or questionnaires? If not, should there be?
9. Suggestions
Provide 6 suggestions how to improve.
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Business Process Management Journal


are the critical success factors (CSFs)?: Examining the role of CSFs for
Jiwat Ram David Corkindale
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