Some of your courses at Ashford University will require you to write an Annotated Bibliography.
An Annotated Bibliography is a working list of references—books, journal articles, online documents, websites, etc.—that you will use for an essay, research paper, or project.
As this article is entirely research-based, it is written from a fact-based point of view, and contains no opinion, or biased angle.
The peer-reviewed publishing standards of the journal ensure that it has been vetted to high academic standards.
Ken Battle draws on his research as an extensively-published policy analyst, and a close study of some government documents, to explain child benefits in Canada.
He laments that the Conservative government scaled back the program in favour of the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB), and clearly explains why it is inferior.
Sociology professors Kerr and Beaujot analyze the demographics of impoverished families.
Drawing on data from Canada’s annual Survey of Consumer Finances, the authors consider whether each family had one or two parents, the age of single parents, and the number of children in each household.
This seems to be the case in the next source, which did indeed conduct analysis of a pre-existing online forum.
The findings appear to be somewhat similar to this study.