Theoryâ€™s Relationship to the Final Project a. Does the new theory support or contrast with the theory evaluated in the final project?
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The purpose of the Research Table document is to help you organize the research that you conduct for your final project. The first portion of the document is an annotated bibliography. Here, you will keep notes on the various research materials that you read while researching your final project. The second portion of this document is a chart that you can use to take notes on key theories related to the theories you encounter during the course. Your first entry in your table will be related to Freudâ€™s theory. This practice will allow you to receive meaningful feedback on your use of this tool to help you support your final project. Prompt: For this assignment, complete one row of the annotated bibliography section of the table. Use research you have identified related to Freudâ€™s theory. Next, complete the second portion of the chart with notes on the key theories related to Freudâ€™s theory. The second portion of the chart has you note how the research is related to your selected theory for the final project. How relevant is the research? How does the research compare and contrast with the final project theory? You will use this information as you complete the milestone assignments and the final project. Incorporate the feedback you receive from this assignment as you continue to add research to the table. Part One: Annotated Bibliography i. Citation: Use APA formatting for your citations. ii. Summary and applicability to the final project a. Not all sources you encounter in your research will be applicable to the final paper, so it is a good idea to note the relation the theory does or does not have. You may come back to a source at a later time as you gain more insight about the different theories, so note all the different research you encounter for easy retrieval. iii. Additional Notes Part Two: Theory Chart i. Key Concepts a. Identify the key concepts of the research. ii. Historical Context and Historical Figures a. Summarize the historical context of the research, including historical figures related to the research. iii. Validity and Accuracy a. Part 1 of the textbook explains these terms to help you further evaluate the theory based on validity and accuracy. Use this information to evaluate the validity and accuracy of the research. iv. Applicability of Theory Today a. Identify the contemporary application of each theory. v. Theoryâ€™s Relationship to the Final Project a. Does the new theory support or contrast with the theory evaluated in the final project? b. What key concepts are important for the comparison to the final project? c. Is there a strong or weak relation to the theory evaluated in the final project