1) Annotated Bibliography (20 pts) due Feb 12– Search the peer-reviewed and reputable ‘grey’ literature on the Social Stressor & Solutions. Prepare an annotated bibliography of at least 8 appropriate publications.
2) Team Presentation with Educational Resource (25 pts) in class March 12 & March 18 – Select an interesting educational resource to share in class. Facilitate a class activity (30 minutes) that highlights the Social Stressor and Solutions at the policy and systems level to prevent, mitigate and respond to the Social Stressor. Power point, educational resource & 2-3 page paper due March 12 explaining the Social Stressor and key Solutions at the policy or systems levels that are being implemented in the U.S. and globally to prevent, reduce, recover from or mitigate against the Social Stressor in society with APA style in-text citations and references list.
USING ARTICLE DATABASES TO LOCATE PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Definition of “Peer Reviewed”:
A board of professional researchers or scholars connected to a journal review (or evaluate) submitted articles before before they are published–assessing each article’s research methods, sources and quality.
Locate articles covering your stressors and/or coping strategies by using our article databases. Look for the magnifying glass icon “articles and more” on the Barber Library webpage OR go directly to these links:
- Try our vast selection of health related databases at our Health Sciences Resources webpage.
- Also take a look at our psychological, educational and other social sciences databases at our Social Sciences Resources page .
Specific Search Strategies for Databases:
- Try typing in keywords (use truncation command *to serve as a wild card for plurals and various endings.
- Try limiting your search to keywords in article titles (use the pull down menu and select titles).
- Try limiting your search to full text and/or peer reviewed (scholarly, academic) articles.
- Try using ” ” for phrases (example: “coping strategy”).
SEARCHING GREY LITERATURE AND WEB RESOURCES:
Definition of “grey literature”:
“Grey literature is authoritative and reputable sources not produced by book or journal publishers. Grey literature can be print or web-based, and is generated by federal, state and local governments, academic institutions, businesses and industry. Grey literature includes: government publications, reports, statistics, newsletters, fact sheets, conference proceedings, technical reports, etc.”
- Food Safety http://www.foodsafety.gov/
- Native American Culture/Inter-generational Trauma:
- Don’t Get Sick After June: American Indian Health Care: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsf9QvZD1Ic
- CDC National Center for Health Statistics
- U.S. Census–Poverty Data
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
- USA.gov Disasters, Public Safety and Laws
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- World Health Organization Complex Emergencies
- International Federation of the Red Cross
Many, many streaming video clips, images and other educational resources are available at Barber Library’s Images, Films, and Audio Resources webpage.
Other streaming video resources include:
CDC TV: http://www.cdc.gov/cdctv
Short, streaming video clips on health topics by the Center for Disease Control.
CDC Global Health Videos: http://www.cdc.gov/globalhealth/video/
Streaming video clips on global health topics by the Center for Disease Control.
World Health Organization Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/who/videos
Short streaming video clips on global health topics by WHO.
Take another look at: www.unnaturalcauses.org, as well, especially:
- Cultural Loss – Impact on Native American Health
- Federal Indian Policies and Health
- Native American treaties and Health care
CREATING AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Definition: “An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. The citation format for this course is APA–American Psychological Association.”
Sample bibliographic annotations from Purdue’s OWL website: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/03/
Preparing an annotated bibliography (Cornell University Libraries): http://guides.library.cornell.edu/annotatedbibliography
Sample Annotated Bibliography in APA Style from LaGuardia Community College Library: http://library.laguardia.edu/files/pdf/sampleapaannotated.pdf
APA Sample Annotated Bibliography Bethel College: https://www.bethel.edu/library/research/apa-annobib-sixth.pdf
NOTES FROM YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
- Summaries have to be 250 words long –two per page.
- Make sure to use APA for reference list and in-text citations.
- No DOI numbers. Spell out journal titles–no abbreviations.
CREATING AN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE:
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