***A scholarly source is a recent journal article (within the last 5 years), written by researchers or experts in a field, in order to share the results of their original research or analysis with other researchers and/or students. These articles often go through a process known as peer review, where the article is reviewed by other experts in the field, prior to being published in a scientific journal. (Note: While literature reviews may be recent journal articles, they may be considered as secondary sources by some faculty, as they are a summary of existing research, rather than original research.) Read three scholarly articles on nursing and conflict management. Complete an annotated bibliography by summarizing and critically analyzing each article separately (250–300 words for each article’s annotated bibliography). For each article, determine the following: Select relevant sources. Summarize the purpose of the article, point, or argument that the author is attempting to make. Analyze the quality of the article by providing relevant details about the author’s credentials and authority to write the article, the level of writing and intended audience, the legitimacy of the content, and any limitations or weaknesses of the author’s or the writing. Evaluate the value of the article content to assignment objectives, course objectives, and nursing in general.