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Below, you will find notes and descriptions for how to annotate a work for inclusion here.

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Title (above): 

author_year_source


author: The "author" in the title box should consist of the last names of up to three authors, lowercase, with no special hyphenation or characters, etc. For more than three authors, use the first author's last name, followed by _et_al_ and then the year, etc.
Example 1: smith_1984_journal
Example 2: snap_crackle_pop_2010_book
Example 3: butterworth_et_al_2001_working
year: The "year" in the title box should consist of the year of publication of the work. Should a work already exist in the database by the same author or authors in the same class of source for a given year, lowercase letters can be appended to the year, starting with b. It would be helpful if you would go back and amend the title of the original article to contain an "a" as well.
Example 1: tut_1954_journal and tut_1954b_journal
source: The "source" in the title box should consist of one of the six words highlighted in bold below.


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Main Entry:


CITATION: ASA-style citation, with full names of authors (no initials), if possible


AUTHOR_1: First Middle Last (please make an effort to find the full name of each author)
AUTHOR_2: as needed
AUTHOR_3: as needed, etc.
YEAR: ex: 2010
TITLE: Title of Work
SOURCE: Book, Chapter, Journal Article, Web Resource, Working Paper, Other
SOURCE_TITLE: title of journal, title of book, general website title, collection title, etc.

SUMMARY: An unrestricted format summary of the major arguments, contributions, and strengths/weaknesses of the work. This section can be written as you like, but should be as concise as possible while still providing a working understanding of the basic message. Consult with examples for further clarification.

REVIEWER: Three letter code for reviewer. Can be initials, or a random collection of letters, but once you pick an (unused) set of 3 letters, please continue to use it. If major additions or revisions are made to an initial review, please add the second set with the nature of the changes in [BRACKETS] - e.g. JRH [de-mystified].

LABELS_FULL: A complete listing of all relevant labels, ALL LOWER CASE. I shall repeat: all labels should be lowercase. Labels can be more than one word, as required, and should be separated by commas. This list should then be condensed, if necessary, and re-entered, one label at a time, into the "labels" box below. PLEASE DO NOT COPY AND PASTE, as this will remove the auto-fill in capability, which helps to correct for misspellings and case-sensitivity. When entering labels in the box below the following labels should always be included as needed. You can then fill in as many of the most important substantive labels as the character limits will allow:

review status: reviewed/unreviewed (this database may contain articles not yet summarized by contributors)
reviewer code: 3-letter code 
year: 1999, 2003, etc.
source: book/chapter/journal/webpage/working paper/other source
major classification: methodology/theory/empirical study (as many as apply - other terms as necessary)
specific keywords: as many as are needed or permitted by 200 character limit

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