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CAMS 4331: Communication Theory

Annotated Bibliography

A bibliography is a list of all pertinent resources, including books, articles and websites you have collected to aid in the preparation of a research paper. A bibliography most often consists of the works cited and contains the author, title, publisher and date of publication. An annotated bibliography has this basic citation information but then includes a brief summary/abstract or evaluation of the source.

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