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My topic for annotated bibliography is 'How do ethnicity and gender influence access to sport and recreation opportunities?' The articles that I have already submitted and need annotated bibliography
My topic for annotated bibliography is 'How do ethnicity and gender influence access to sport and recreation opportunities?'
The articles that I have already submitted and need annotated bibliography of are as follows(I've also attached the pdfs):
1) British football: where are the Muslim female footballers? Exploring the connections between gender, ethnicity and Islam, https://doi.org/10.1080/14660970.2011.568110
2) Constraints to women’s participation in sports: a study of participation of Pakistani female students in physical activities, https://doi.org/10.1080/19406940.2018.1481875
3) The myth of a ‘fair go’: Barriers to sport and recreational participation among Indian and other ethnic minority women in Australia, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.smr.2010.01.005
4) Exploring the minority–majority gap in sport participation: different patterns for boys and girls?, https://doi.org/10.1080/17430437.2017.1389056
The instructions provided by the professor are as follows:
Write a 250-word annotation for each of the four research articles gathered in Part I of this assignment.
· An annotated bibliography should summarise the topic and key findings of each of your research article. This should be done in your own words. Do not include direct quotations from your articles.
· Your assignment should include each four annotations, using an APA7 citation of the articles as sub-headings.
Address the topic and findings of the article
o What is the subject/topic?
o What was the research question being asked/what were the hypotheses?
o What data was used?
o What methods were used?
o What were the results/findings?
o What were the main conclusions?
o Were there any recommendations (for additional research, policy change)?
· Write about each article individually
o Write in direct, straightforward language
o Write as though the author(s) are conducting the research – the article is not conducting research
o When writing, refer to the authors, not the title of the article