Annotated Bibliography and Paper Topic Choice

Annotated Bibliography and Final Paper Topic Choice  This paper preparation assignment will require the following: •State your topic choice for the Final Paper and explain why you chose it. (1 paragraph) •Provide a brief summary of what you plan to research about your topic. For example, in-depth paper might require regarding the pros and cons of INFJ MBTI personality type in groups compared to ISTJ personality types in groups, while an in-breadth topic might examine 16 MBTI personality types interacting in groups. (1 paragraph) •Explain what you hope to learn through the experience. (1 paragraph) •Compile an annotated bibliography, which will consist of no fewer than eight scholarly resources that are less than 6 years old, with the exception that you may include no more than two older articles that are widely recognized as seminal or classic works. Click here to view a list of topics and topic categoriesPreview the document, one of which may provide a useful starting point for your Final Paper topic selection.  Review the following guidelines regarding how to create an annotated bibliography in APA style, 6th edition:  UoR Annotated Bibliography Tutorial (Links to an external site.)  Purdue Owl Annotated Bibliography Samples

Resources  Required Text   Adams, K., & Galanes, G. (2017). Communicating in groups: Application and skills (10th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Chapter 7: Creative and Critical Thinking in the Small Group Chapter 8: Group Problem-Solving Procedures Chapter 9: Managing Small Group Conflict Productively  Recommended References  Greer, L. (2014). Managing conflict in teams [Video file]. Retrieved from Lindred Greer: Managing Conflict in Teams (Links to an external site.)  HeroicImaginationTV. (2011). Group identity – Ingroup and outgroup formation [Video file]. Retrieved from Group Identity – Ingroup and Outgroup Formation (Links to an external site.)  Schnall, E., & Greenberg, M. J. (2012). Groupthink and the sanhedrin. Journal of Management History, 18(3), 285-294.  Siegel, D. J. (2010, November). Vying for the prize. Association for Psychological Science [Web page]. Retrieved from

HUM 6100 List of Final Paper Topics/Topic Categories The following list provides examples of topics and topic categories, one of which may provide a useful starting point for your Final Paper topic selection. The list is by no means exhaustive, so you may write on a topic that is not included.  Emotional intelligence in groups  Personality style (MBTI) in groups  Diversity in groups  Leadership style and group impact  Brainstorming and mind-mapping in groups  Creativity in groups  SWOT analysis and operational procedures in groups  Facilitating consumer groups effectively  Group conflict and mediation  Deindividuation in groups  Online and face-to-face group comparisons  Nonverbal communication in groups  Group bonding and cohesion  Roles in groups  Boundaries and conformity in groups  Verbal communication in groups  Group membership roles: power, status, and conflict  Group development models  Benefits and qualities of groups in human services