A published annotated bibliography helps researchers by identifying what has already been written on a topic. The annotations are very useful in deciding which items to read first, or determining which items are related to each other, etc. Check with your instructor to see if you will be required to analyze as well as summarize the works in your list. Writing your annotations will require that you summarize each article's main arguments.
By Lucy Rodina on June 19, This annotated bibliography summarizes literature on key topic areas relating to Indigenous water governance, with a primary geographic focus on British Columbia and Canada. This is a critical thematic area to explore for several reasons: First Nations across Canada and British Columbia have clearly identified the significance of water and water governance to their communities; there is increasing legal recognition of Aboriginal rights and title and an accompanying affirmation that First Nations must have a say in decisions that impact their territories; and there are shifts unfolding in water governance in British Columbia which have implications for First Nations across the province, most notably the approval of the new Water Sustainability Act in This bibliography includes additional literature from the USA, Australia, and New Zealand contexts to highlight further theoretical contributions on the subject of Indigenous water governance.
This article provided us with a helpful introduction to HOTAIR functionality in the context of oncogenesis, as well as providing us with initial inquiries. After reading this article, we were curious about the exact mechanism by which HOTAIR silences tumour suppressor genes; moreover, we wanted to learn more about the pathways that were either activated or repressed by HOTAIR. As a review article, this paper covered a broad range of topics; however, it did not delve deeper into any one issue.