Citation styles are determined by discipline, like the Humanities or Sciences. Typically, disciplines fall under three main citation styles:
Citation styles exist because each discipline focuses on certain elements of a source. The Humanities focuses on authors, the Social Sciences focus on currency and neutrality, while History focuses on source origin. This is reflected in the way sources are cited in each style.
Be sure to ASK your professor which citation style they want you to use.
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Examples of papers and instructions on setting up a paper are available in Chapter 63 of the Bedford Handbook, 9th edition. For online examples use the Purdue Owl: Chicago Manual of Style or one of these examples.
According to Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) an "annotated bibliography includes a summary and/or evaluation of each of the sources." OWL's Annotated Bibliographies section offers more information on this special type of works cited/ bibliography including examples.