The following is the information needed in the annotated bibliography for 10 articles -- five articles from the journal, Culture & Psychology, and five articles from the journal, Ethos.:
Author, Year, Article Title and Subtitle, Journal Name, Volume, Issue, Inclusive Page Numbers, Permanent URL
Abstract (Copy and paste the abstract found with the article online. If an abstract is not available, write your own, summarizing the article in 75-100 words.)
The information for all 10 articles should be formatted according to one of three citation styles: APA, MLA, or Chicago. (See "Cite Your Work" tab on the left.
Use only research articles for your bibliography. Do not use book reviews or short articles or reports.
Using the following databases will help you find citations to articles from scholarly journals. When using a database, limit your search to "peer reviewed" and/or "scholarly journals", if possible, so that your search results will include only citations from scholarly journals. Most databases allow you to limit your results to scholarly journals. Some databases such as Anthropology Plus and JSTOR are made up entirely of scholarly journals, so limiting your search is not necessary.
Do a keyword search in one of the databases below. Examples of keyword search statements:
stress and culture
(stress or trauma) and cultur*
grief and papua new guinea
(grief or bereavement or sorrow) and papua new guinea
samo* and temperament
spatial orientation or wayfinding
dream* and (cross-cultural or cultural differences)
culture-bound and (illness* or disease* or syndrome*)
If you are wondering about a specific journal, use the Ulrichsweb.com database to confirm that a journal is refereed (scholarly) by looking up a journal and checking for Refereed icon ().
Click on the last tab to the left --"Magazine or Journal: How Do You Tell?", for information on the differences between popular magazines and scholarly journals. If you still have questions about a journal, contact the instructor or librarian for this class.