annotated bibliographies over child abuse

Need 5 annotated bibliographies over child abuse and a self edit form over the bibliographies

An annotated bibliography is a paper in which you summarize/paraphrase what the article is about, and includes a critical evaluation of the article. You must include author/s credentials. You must also include a brief statement re why this article is important to your research and/or how you intend to use it. For example, it might contain important background info, statistics, etc. You must also include a quote or two from the article and cite afterwards.

There must be a title page-the title is: Annotated Bibliographies. The heading of the first page of each annotation is a Works Cited listing (with all of the usual bibliographic information). Each annotation must be one and a half to two pages in length. You must have a working link to each article on the Works Cited, or it will count as no article, and will result in a failing grade. There will be a final total of fifteen copies of articles. We will be working on summarizing, paraphrasing, citing, and finding good, scholarly sources.

NOTE: If your topic has multiple viewpoints, one or two articles must address the opposite views.

Grading Criteria for final Paper III:

1) correct References/Works Cited format

2) organization of body of each annotation

3) ability to summarize/paraphrase source

4) critical evaluation of source; including author/s’ credentials

5) inclusion of statement of use of article

6) mechanics: spelling, sentence structure, grammar, etc.

7) inclusion of articles; use of credible sources

8) previously completed annotations & peer edits

9) proper use of quotes in text and correct in text citing

Self -Edit: Your Name:

1) What are the names of the authors?

2) What is the title of the article and journal?

3) What year was the article published?

4) What are the author/s credentials?

5) Was a quote used?If yes, was the citation correct?If not, write the correction:

6) What is the key idea in the paper, according to your annotation?Do you need to revise this?

7) Did you include why you are using this article?If not, add this.

8) Do you use paragraphs (not one long paragraph), and have you cited at the end of paragraphs?

9) If you have one long paragraph, where do you need to begin new paragraphs?

10) Explain why your sources are credible:

11) Is the Reference/Works Cited section at the head of each annotation, and is it correct?Revise if needed.

12) Is your spelling, punctuation, verb tense correct?Where are errors?

13) If your annotation is shorter than one and a half pages, where can you add more information?

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This is due Friday and the citations have to be MLA format. Also, there has to be a quote or two from the article.
Answer preview

             In their article titled “Child abuse and physical health in adulthood,” Tracie, Harriet, Michael, Kristene Tamara, Sarah, and Jitender analyze the impact of child abuse on physical health during adulthood. The article was published in 2016.  According to Afifi et al., child abuse present negative consequences (2). Studies show 32 percent of Canadians have encountered sexual abuse, physical abuse, or exposure to intimate partner violence during their childhood. According to Afifi et al., the study shows a high connection between child abuse and physical health. Indeed, there is a research gap between child abuse’s impact on the victim’s physical health during their adulthood. In their study, Afifi et al. evaluated the child abuse prevalence among people aged years and above with chronic physical health conditions (2).  Secondly, researchers evaluated the association between different types of child abuse and perceived health. Another purpose of the study was to determine the association between child abuse type, child abuse number with specific health conditions. Lastly, the researchers aim to determine the association between child abuse and physical health how it differs across gender. Therefore, Afifi et al. analyzed the 2012 Canadian Community health survey data conducted by Canada Statistics. In this study, 87 percent of the interviews were conducted through computer assistant intervening. Due to the interviews’ sensitiveness, only the data of the participants aged 18 and above was collected. The data of the 23,395 participants were reviewed ethical component of the study were addressed.  In their study, Afifi et al. discovered that child abuse increased the likelihood of having physical condition (13).  Adults who experienced child abuse encountered were likely to experience physical conditions like “back problems, arthritis, high blood pressure, migraine headaches, chronic bronchitis, stroke, cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome, obesity, and bowel disease” (Afifi et al.,12). The study indicates that child abuse increases the odds of physical conditions.