subject is mental illness**
Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is for students to
1) identify and learn about a topic in American Popular Culture that is of interest to them;2) become familiar with the online library resources; and3) to develop some information literacy skills.Instructions: Students will develop an Annotated Bibliography based on a topic in American Popular Culture that is of interest to them. A minimum of 5 peer-reviewed sources and 5 popular and/or open-web sources will need to be used in the bibliography. **An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance and quality of the sources cited.**
The completed assignment will include:1) List the topic in American Popular Culture that you chose to investigate for this assignment. (e.g. sports, gender, class, mental illness, prejudice, etc.)2) List of search terms you used in your searches (e.g. sport, sociology, “popular culture”)3) Annotated entries for a minimum of 5 peer-reviewed articles and 5 popular and/or open-web sources.
Each source entry should include the following:1) APA-formatted full reference for the source
2) Brief description of the source
3) Evaluation of where the source came from – i.e. peer-reviewed journal, blog, website, etc.4) Brief discussion of how the source is relevant to your topic of interest
5) Brief discussion of the source’s strengths and weaknesses
- Submissions should be typed, double-spaced, 1″ margins, times new roman 12 pt font, and saved as .doc, .docx, .pdf.
- Use APA format for citations and references
- View the grading rubric so you understand how you will be assessed on this Assignment.
- Disclaimer- Originality of attachments will be verified by Turnitin. Both you and your instructor will receive the results.
- This course has “Resubmission” status enabled to help you if you realized you submitted an incorrect or blank file, or if you need to submit multiple documents as part of your Assignment. Resubmission of an Assignment after it is grades, to attempt a better grade, is not permitted.
subject is mental illness** Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is for students to 1) identify and learn about a topic in American Popular Culture that is of interest to them; 2) become famil
Finding Peer-reviewed or Refereed Journals Description and Purpose Most scholarly journals are peer-reviewed (or refereed) publications, which means articles in them must be evaluated and approved by a panel of experts in the author’s field or specialty before they can be published. Unlike articles in popular magazines, newspapers, blogs, and ezines, which are mainly written by reporters or lay people for a general audience, articles in peer-reviewed journals are written by scholars or researchers for specialists or students in particular fields of study. Peer-reviewed journal articles are usually more in-depth in their coverage of a topic and cite sources used (footnotes, references lists, etc.). The review process helps ensure that the published articles reflect solid scholarship in their fields. These articles have higher quality academic information than articles from magazines, newspapers, or information found on most Web pages. Examples of peer-reviewed journals include: JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association Journal of Accountancy Journal of Animal Science Rural Sociology Peer-Reviewed Journals versus Scholarly Journals Scholarly journals contain articles written by, and addressed to, experts in a discipline. They are concerned with academic study, especially research, and demonstrate the methods and concerns of scholars. The main purpose of a scholarly journal is to report original research or experimentation and to communicate this information to the rest of the scholarly world. The language of scholarly journals reflects the discipline covered, as it assumes some knowledge or background on the part of the reader. Scholarly journals always rigorously cite their sources in the form of footnotes or bibliographies. Many scholarly journals are published by professional organizations. While not all scholarly journals go through the peer-review process, it is usually safe to assume that a peer-reviewed journal is also scholarly. Why is it important to distinguish between peer-reviewed and popular articles?Research gains credibility and respect when it demonstrates review of other scholarly literature and an examination of both primary and secondary source (see below). Peer reviewed articles are ranked with greater authority and significance and, although highly specialized, are generally considered to have an objective or neutral viewpoint. Peer reviewed articles are written by experts in the field and are often based on empirical studies.Popular magazines offer editorial opinions, general discussion, current topics, graphics, photography, media, and advertisements. Popular articles may be primary sources if they tell a first hand account or present original reporting; however, they may also reflect the editorial bias of the magazine. Primary Sources.Primary sources are original materials, created at the time of an event or soon thereafter. They are usually created by those who saw an event or collected data themselves. They are often one-of-a-kind or rare sources and present original thinking, new discoveries or new information. Sometimes, primary sources may be reports of an event from the same time period. Secondary Sources. Secondary sources describe, interpret, analyze, evaluate, explain, or comment on a primary source or event. Secondary sources are removed from and are often written after-the-fact, with hindsight. Secondary sources are often finding tools, pointing to primary sources. Why is it important to distinguish between primary and secondary sources?Research gains credibility and respect when it is founded on authentic evidence, empirical data, original documents, rather than on interpretations, explanations and opinions. Interpretations, explanations and opinions may be important in the analysis of a topic. However, in order to trust a study, peers will usually want to see the original evidence or specific data upon which a study is based. Finding Peer-Reviewed Journals and Journal Articles There is no comprehensive source for identifying all peer-reviewed journals. To help determine if a particular journal is peer-reviewed, refer to the journal itself (either to an individual issue of the journal or to the publisher’s web site) or to Ulrich’s International Periodicals Directory (volume 5 of Ulrich’s lists the major peer-reviewed journals within ulrichsweb.com). There are also some online lists of peer-reviewed journals, though none of them are comprehensive. Sociology Journalshttp://www.dmoz.org/Science/Social_Sciences/Sociology/Journals/ Gender and Sexuality Arenahttp://www.gender-and-sexuality-arena.com/journals/ PAIS International Peer Reviewed Journal List http://www.csa.com/factsheets/supplements/paispeer.php You may ask a reference librarian for help in finding peer-reviewed journals. The Articles & Databases section of our online library offer digitized (i.e. electronic) versions of journals and magazines, and they have begun to flag the peer-reviewed journals so they can be searched in the database. Finding Peer-Review Journal Articles Instructions: From class, select Library in the upper right corner Or use the following link: http://www.apus.edu/Online-Library/index.htm Click on Articles & Databases Or use the following link: http://www.apus.edu/Online-Library/articles/index.htm Following is a list of databases offering peer-reviewed journal searching. General Library & Topics Ebsco Suite – recommend Academic Search Premier; although the other databases may be useful for your topic Click “Search Options”, then put a check next to “ Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals” ProQuest Suite – multiple database options Put a check next to “Scholarly journals, including peer-reviewed” Special Topics Elsevier Health & Life Science – click on Social Science in the left men column Click ‘Search’ in upper tabs; Make sure ‘Journals’ tab is highlighted green; Highlight Subject: Social Sciences; Put a check next to Article JSTOR – Archives, II & III – Click Advanced Settings; Under Type, put a check next to “Article;” under Discipline, scroll down to the bottom and put a check next to Sociology (note: other disciplines may prove helpful to your topic, but be sure to maintain a sociological perspective) PsycArticles – useful for social science searches, but be critical of what discipline an article is based in (i.e. is it sociology?) Click “Advanced Search” tab; Under Limited to puth a check next to “Journal Articles Only;” next to Publication Type, type in “Peer Reviewed Journal” Finding Peer-Review Journals Searches for peer-reviewed articles may also be done by going straight to the peer-reviewed journal. To do this: From class, select Library in the upper right corner Or use the following link: http://www.apus.edu/Online-Library/index.htm Click on Articles & Databases Or use the following link: http://www.apus.edu/Online-Library/articles/index.htm Click on “Journal Title Search” Or use the following link: http://yw6vq3kb9d.search.serialssolutions.com.ezproxy1.apus.edu/ List of Sociology Journals to which APUS has access: Ageing and Society American Journal of Health Behavior American Sociological Review Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy Annual Review of Sociology Anthropology & Education Quarterly Berkeley Journal of Gender, Laaw & Justice The British Journal of Sociology British Journal of Sociology of Education Business Society Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality Canadian Journal of Sociology Canadian Review of Sociology Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology Children & Society Chinese Sociology and Anthropology Cohabitation, Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage in the United States Comparative Studies in Society and History Contemporary Sexuality Contemporary Sociology Criminal Behavior and Mental Health Criminal Justice Review Crime, Law and Social Change Crime, Media, Culture Critical Studies in Education Culture, Health & Sexuality Culture Counts: The Influence of Culture and Society on Mental Health, Mental Illness Culture, Society & Praxis Culture, Sport, Society Death Studies Deviant Behavior Disability & Society Ecology & Society Economic Sociology Education and Culture Ethnic & Racial Studies Ethnicity & Health Ethnicity & Race in a Changing World: A Review Journal European Journal of Social Psychology Europe Journal of Sociology Families in Society The Family Coordinator The Family Life Coordinator Family Relations Feminist Criminology Feminist Economics Feminist Issues Feminist Studies Gender & Education Gender & Society Gender Issues Gender Medicine Gender, Place and Culture: a Journal of Feminist Geography Health Sociology Review Human Ecology International Criminal Justice Review International Journal of Japanese Sociology: IJJS International Journal of Social Research Methodology International Journal of Social Sciences International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy International Review of Music Aesthetics and Sociology International Review of Social History International Social Science Review Irish Journal of Sociology Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Religion and Science Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation Journal of Death and Dying Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion Journal of Gender Studies Journal of Gender, Race and Justice Journal of Health and Social Behavior Journal of Health & Social Policies Journal of Interdisciplinary Feminist Thought Journal of Law and Society Journal of Law in Society Journal of Marriage and the Family Journal of Men’s Health & Gender Journal of Men, Masculinities, and Spirituality Journal of Palestine Studies Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Journal of Political & Military Sociology Journal of Politics & Society Journal of Religion Journal of Religion and Health Journal of Religion and Popular Culture Journal of Religion & Society Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion Journal of Socio-economics Journal of Social, Evolutionary & Cultural Psychology Journal of Social Forces Journal of Social Issues Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies Journal of Social Psychology Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture Journal of Women and Religion Journal of Women’s Health & Gender-based Medicine Knowledge in Society Medical Sociology Online Mental Health: Culture, race and ethnicity Mental Health, Religion & Culture Method & Theory in the Study of Religion Mid-American Review of Sociology Netherlands Journal of Sociology Organization & Environment Political Behavior Qualitative Sociology Qualitative Sociology Review Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis in Social Sciences Race, Ethnicity and Education Radical Society: Review of Culture & Politics Religion and American Culture Religion & Society Report Religion, State & Society Research and Practice in Social Sciences Research Journal of Social Sciences Rural Sociology Science & Society Sexuality & Culture Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society Social Analysis Social Forces Social Indicators Research Social Justice Social Justice Research Social Movement Studies Social Problems Social Psychology Social Psychology Quarterly Social Research Social Studies of Science Social Theory & Health Social Theory & Practice Social Thought & Research Social Work Social Work & Society Society Society in Transition Society Now Socio-economic Review Sociological Forum Sociological Methodology Sociological Perspectives The Sociological Quarterly Sociological Theory Sociology of Education Sociology of Health & Illness Sociology of Religion Sociology of Sport Journal South African Review of Sociology Southern Rural Sociology Sport, Education and Society Sport in Society Surveillance & Society Studies in Gender and Sexuality Theology & Sexuality Theory & Society Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society Finding peer-reviewed journal articles at APUS