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Topic: Annotated Bibliography for Airport Security Ethics
In the last module, you submitted your topic for your final paper. In this module, you should submit the first three sources in the form of an annotated bibliography which will bring you closer to developing the framework for your final paper.
Annotated bibliographies are a critical part of the research process. The bibliography is a list of all the articles, books, chapters, or other documents you have read during the research portion of your project. They are arranged in alphabetical order according to the author`s last name. The annotations are brief descriptions and evaluations of the individual articles, books, chapters, or documents that you read.
Each annotation should not be more than 150 words, or approximately one paragraph. An annotated bibliography requires you to summarize complex articles in a few succinct lines.
Do not just cut and paste the abstract; the paragraph YOU write in the annotated bibliography should show HOW this source relates to the topic you selected and builds the argument required by your topic selection as indicated in your discussion posting.
Airport Security Ethics
Salami, A. (2017). Ethical Analysis of the Full-Body Scanner (FBS) for Airport Security. Academia.edu. Retrieved 2 March 2017, from http://www.academia.edu/3754550/Ethical_Analysis_of_the_Full-Body_Scanner_FBS_for_Airport_Security.
The article Salami, on the ethical analysis of the full body scanners at the airport securit