Name: Haley Whiddon Course: UNV104 Date: 1-30-2022 Instructor: Katie Kosier Annotated Reference

Name: Haley Whiddon
Course: UNV104
Date: 1-30-2022
Instructor: Katie Kosier
Annotated Reference List
Directions:
Refer back to your Topic 1 Brainstorming and Beginning Research worksheet for your peer-reviewed articles to complete this worksheet (unless you have found more relevant articles, then use those that are the most relevant for your topic).
From the Topic 1 Brainstorming and Beginning Research worksheet choose three of the peer-reviewed articles that you think will best support the topic chosen from the Brainstorming Worksheet. You may also choose to find three new articles that are more relevant to your topic.
Read the articles, and in your own words fill in each table below by answering the following questions for each different article:
What was the main point/argument of this article?
What did the author(s) conclude?
How did this article support your topic?
What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?
Each summary should be 100-150 words in length; making a total word count of 300-450 words in length for this assignment.
Helpful Tip: Review the reading strategies on pages 70-73 in the textbook to aid in reading peer-reviewed journal articles.
Note: The box area can be manipulated as you type your summaries.
What is your Topic (chosen from the Brainstorming Worksheet):
3 ways bullying can negatively impact children
APA Reference:
Samara, M., Da Silva Nascimento, B., El-Asam, A., Hammuda, S., & Khattab, N. (2021). How Can Bullying Victimisation Lead to Lower Academic Achievement? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Mediating Role of Cognitive-Motivational Factors. International journal of environmental research and public health, 18(5), 2209. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18052209
Provide a 100-150 word summary of your article by answering the following questions:
What was the main point/argument of this article?
What did the author(s) conclude?
How did this article support your subtopic?
What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?
This article explains within the experiment of how many children were brought together to better understand how many children do get affected by bullying that leads to lower academic achievement. It also provided the results of many of the test done to show how accurate the tests that were ran was. The author did conclude that it should be important to pay attention to the side effects of lower academic achievements and it also needs to be better understood. This article will support my subtopic by explaining the truth behind how effective bullying can impact a child’s ability to learn and have lower academic achievement throughout school. My questions I got left with for this article is really how many more children in this world are victims of this nature and does not get any help or test done to see if bullying is the factor of their grades.
APA Reference:
Mears, D. P., Moon, M. M., & Thielo, A. J. (2017). Columbine revisited: Myths and realities about the bullying–school shootings connection. Victims & Offenders, 12(6), 939–955. https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1080/15564886.2017.1307295
Provide a 100-150 word summary of your article by answering the following questions:
What was the main point/argument of this article?
What did the author(s) conclude?
How did this article support your subtopic?
What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?
This article explains the effect on a school shooting in the year of 1999 and how bullying may have been contributed to it. After this school shooting educators started to take it into consideration on if bullying was the reason behind this violence. The author also explained the myths and the reality behind these reasons. The author concluded on what educations and facility have done to prevent school shootings for the future and how also we as citizens are never able to read peoples mind on why they start the school shootings. This article supports by subtopic because it explains the reality behind school shootings and the damage that could be caused from them. My question after reading this article is why do students start a riot? What do they think they really do start shooting? Are they going after a particular person?
APA Reference:
Smith, A. U., & Reidy, D. (2021). Bullying and suicide risk among sexual minority youth in the United States. Preventive Medicine, 153. https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2021.106728
Provide a 100-150 word summary of your article by answering the following questions:
What was the main point/argument of this article?
What did the author(s) conclude?
How did this article support your subtopic?
What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?
The main point of this article is to provide a detailed experiment on the effects of bullying and suicide mixed. The author explains what is the different types of bullying that leads to suicide. The author concluded on which types of bullying did lead to suicide weather is about gender or clothes. This article will support my subtopic on suicide and bullying because it gives an experiment information that could be useful within my essay to provide true and accurate events that have happened and why they do. The article did leave me with a few questions about why students bully based on so many things that the children can not help.
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