Strasburger, Victor C., et al. How Does Advertising Impact Teen Behavior?. Farmington Hills: Greenhaven Press, 2012. Print. The book How Does Advertising Impact Teen Behavior? explains how teens and other children are affected by advertising. It goes into more detail by stating which forms of advertising are the most effective, and which products advertising has little to no effect on. Also, it states at what age advertising begins to take hold on children, and that advertising can sometimes be a negative thing. Most of the authors of this source take a neutral, but factual stance on the important aspects of advertising. The authors, of which there are more than ten, all have distinguished backgrounds and are well educated. All information in this source is borrowed from credible websites and articles and is cited. Two chapters in this book are written by organizations instead of individuals, and are described as being “nonpartisan”. This source states how teens are affected by advertising, in its many forms. It shows how advertising companies use a teenager’s desire to fit in with everyone else against them. One author states that often the most influential person in a teenager’s life is another teen; namely, the teen who is perceived as a leader. If companies can convince these leaders to use their products, then the leader will then set an example and win over the teenagers who look up to him/her. Other authors talk about how online advertising is often
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Sullivan, C. G. (1996). The partnership for personal responsibility. Public Welfare, 54(3), 26.
Article summarizes the state of Indiana of responsibility to there citizens. The articles emphasizes on welfare reforms to help recipients become employed and self-suffient through there personal responsibility to themselves and their families and to developed partnerships between government and businesses…
Annotated Bibliography Assignment 1
- Assignment Description At some point in your life someone you care about, or you yourself, may to become ill.
Should this happen you will have to interact with some level of health care as you attempt to
ensure that you or your loved one is getting the best care possible. While you can use sources
like the internet or textbooks to learn about the disease you are dealing with and it’s
treatment strategies there is incredible value in being able to research…
Preparing an Annotated Bibliography
Lai, I. K. W., & Lam, F. K. S. (2010). Perception of various performance criteria by stakeholders in the construction sector Hong Kong. Construction Management & Economics, 28, 377- 391. doi:10.1080/01446190903521515
Ivan Lai from Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau and Frankie Lam from University of South Australia, Adelaide used a research model based on nine performance benchmarks and their corresponding performances. The intent of this…
Today technology has vastly changed how we have preformed, learned and worked in the classroom. We could debate for hours about the positive and negative effects of us implementing it in the classrooms. I have noticed in some articles that there has been a more positives than negative. Apart from one article by Ellen Laird, who speaks of her experience with online learning, which turned out to be a bust because it just wasn’t working for her or her students?
Research question: How do the effects of parenting and sexual education play a part in the way children grow and develop sexually?
Walsh, K., & Brandon, L. (2012). Their Children’s First Educators: Parents’ Views About Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Education. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 21(5), 734- 746.
This Article outlines the different ways and knowledge that parents hold about sexual abuse regarding children. This article goes in depth about the way…
Annotated Bibliography Assignment
Nicholas, L. (2012). It's Still A Man's World ... Or Is It? Advice For Women Working In Correction. Corrections Today 74.6 41-44.
The article talks about women as correctional officers. It mainly focuses on the abilities and working conditions of women establishing carrers the U.S. correctional field. The author discusses the history of women in law enforcement, the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1963, a balance between work and home life, and difficulties and accomplishments…
PCB 4674 – Evolutionary Biology
Your annotated bibliography should include a minimum of 4 peer-reviewed, PRIMARY references. Primary references are research journal articles that present ORIGINAL material (not reviews, textbooks and definitely NOT websites). The only websites you should ever cite in a scientific paper is an online-only journal (and there aren’t many of these). If the journal can be found in printed format, cite it accordingly. Long web addresses…
Mjlegal.org Why Marijuana Should Be Legalized:On how prohibition doesn't effect marijuana use. California: NORML (1)
Based on this website prohibition isn't an effective way to stop marijuana drug use. Thier are theories that say…
Bracey, Gerald W. “The First Thing ‘Everything Changed’: The 17th Bracey Report on
The Condition of Public Education.” Phi Delta Kappan 89.2 (2007): 119-136.
OmniFile Full Text Mega. Web. 26 Sept. 2013.
In this article, Gerald W. Bracey, a statistical researcher and an associate for the High/Scope Foundation, claims that the United States’ education is continuing to fail after a certain event in the 1950s. A manmade satellite, made by the Russians, that was sent into…
Internet Censorship: An Annotated Bibliography
LeJeunesse, Ross. “Who Should Control The Internet? People Who Use It.” The Huffington Post. 30 Nov. 2012. Web. 3 Apr. 2013.
LeJeunesse states that there are three reasons that the internet should not have restrictions: no one officially owns the web, freedom of expression, and communication. Since the beginning, the internet was not claimed by anyone and should not be claimed now. The author states that the internet was designed and improved…