Annotated Bibliography (Journal Analysis)

Topic-Any topic from Human Resource ManagementDirections-You should research two peer-reviewed articles. You are to complete two annotated bibliographies. Your AB’s should be a minimum of ¾ page long not including the bibliography. Your submission should be double-spaced, and you should use Times New Roman 12 font.For your AB, you must have:Your name, date, course, and AB number at the top (see example)APA Reference before the information (see example)Annotated bibliographies must be written so that they are understandable. Describe all-important data such as:The participantsThe reason the study was conductedWhat research design was used (surveys, interviews, case study, )Which research analysis was used (MANOVA, ANOVA, Kruskal Wallace, etc)The results of the study along with any conclusions of the author(s)Your study must include all of these (if applicable). Your AB MAY NOT be copied and pasted directly from the source. There MUST NOT be any form of plagiarism in your annotated bibliography (or any other assignment). You are required to write this assignment in your own words.Annotated Bibliography Example-Name:Date:Course ObjectiveAPA REFERENCE Example: Craig, W. (2015). From Family To Franchising: Five Ways To Start Your Business Empire.Forbes.(Note that the bibliographic information is bolded. Be sure to do the same for your assignments.)According to this article, there are more than half a million new businesses started across the country every single month (Craig, 2015). There are many ways to become a business owner in the world today and there are many risks involved with each of those avenues as well. When starting a business from scratch the most important aspect is having a product that people actually want. According to this article, nine out of ten startup companies fail and 42% of polled startup owners claimed their business failed due to a lack of need for their product (Craig, 2015). A business can also be acquired by inheritance or by taking over a family business. Craig (2015) also found, only about 10% of family-owned businesses will survive long enough to see the third generation take over. The reason for this is the perception by younger generations that the family business will always be available as a backup option if other ventures don’t work out. Buying an existing business is also an option for those who have keen insight into the opportunity. Becoming a franchise owner is another way to become a business owner. This step also takes determination and focus but can be very rewarding. There is stability that comes with taking over a location that has an established corporate presence already backing it up with corporate sponsors that are ready and willing to help get you started on the right track.