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Review the Final Research Paper instructions located within

Review the Final Research Paper instructions located within the FinalResearch Paper link in your online course or under the “Components ofCourse Evaluation” section of this guide. The Final Research Paper isdue in Week Five. To help with the preparation of the paper, completethe following and submit it to your instructor for feedback.Topic: Refer to the Final Research Paperguidelines for your topic selection. Confirm your topic, and identifyhow this selection relates to your academic and professional pursuits.Review the feedback from your topic choice presented in the Week Onediscussion. How did your argument stand up to the examination of yourpeers?Thesis: Write a direct and concise thesisstatement, which will become the point or perspective you will argue orprove in the Final Research Paper. Refer to the Ashford Online WritingCenter for information on how to develop a solid thesis statement.Annotated Bibliography: To help prepare foryour final paper, you will be writing an annotated bibliography toindicate the quality of the sources you have read.  Please make sure tocite each source using APA style.  After each citation, write a briefparagraph (around 150 words) summarizing the source and examining how itwill support you in defending your argument.  For more information andexample of an annotated bibliography, please refer to section 7.7 in theAshford Writing Center within the Learning Resources tab on the leftnavigation toolbar in your online course..  Keep in mind the AcademicResearch standards for all Ashford University Papers.Academic Research StandardsAcademic research and papers must meet certain standards ofquality recognized by the academic community. What constitutes quality,academic research?Primary sources, which are documents from the time period being discussedSecondary sources supported by research in primary sources Credible sources (experts in the area of study) Relevant research (materials are pertinent to the area of study) In graduate work, the use of peer-reviewed journal articles(journal articles reviewed by recognized experts in the relevant fieldof study) is required.Educational and Government websites may be appropriate in some cases, but should be evaluated carefully.This would also lead to help with second paper but would not be needed till may 6th topic I was looking at is that violent video games do not lead to violence