1) i learnt a lot of things that are helping me in writing research papers, i learnt how to cite different types of documents, i learnt how to choose which database to search on and i learnt to differntiate between popular and academic sources and also how to cite videos/films and website which i have not known how to cite before.
2)i think that all the topics we have covered so far are simple but very important to know about so i dont have any problems with any of those topics.
3) i liked blogging because its easy and i can look back at my work and maybe edit it before the deadline, also i have never blogged before so it was nice to have a blog page and posts through this course.
4) i like the idea of blogging but i didnt like how the webpage of wordpress looks like, i think the should update how it looks so it would be more fun, and also more variety of colours and designs.
5) i think that this course is very useful, as i used what i learnt in it in many other classes and it showed me how to cite and research properly.
Ashton, David. “Food advertising and childhood obesity.” JRMC. N.p., 2004. Web. 6 Dec 2010. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1079287/>.
- a current news article on topic:
Schwartz, Marlene B., et al. “Breakfast cereal industry pledges to self-regulate advertising to youth: Will they improve the marketing landscape?.” Journal of Public Health Policy 31.1 (2010): 59-73. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 6 Dec. 2010.
“Advertising to children.” Ecologist 34.3 (2004): 16-20. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 6 Dec. 2010.
Goris, Janny M., et al. “Television food advertising and the prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity: a multicountry comparison.” Public Health Nutrition 13.7 (2010): 1003-1012. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 6 Dec. 2010.
Udell, Tuesday, and Kaye Mehta. “When two sides go to war: newspaper reporting of ‘television food advertising restrictions’ as a solution to childhood obesity.” Health, Risk & Society 10.6 (2008): 535-548. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 6 Dec. 2010.
- a book (available at AUC Library)
TATUM IV, WILLIAM O., PETER W. KAPLAN, and PIERRE JALLON. “OBESITY.” Epilepsy A to Z: A Concise Encyclopedia (2009): 238. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 6 Dec. 2010.
- a film (available at AUC Library)
Bradshow, John, Dir. Bradshaw on eating disorders. 1994., Videocassette. <http://lib.aucegypt.edu/record=b1252422>
1)Thomas, Paul R. Weighing the Options : Criteria for Evaluating Weight-management Programs. National Academy, 1995. Print
2)Bradshaw on eating disorders. Dir. John Bradshaw . Marjorie Poor, 1994. Video Tape.
1) the relation between advertising and obesity in children. 2)cultural anthropology,health psychology,lesiere studies(sociology) and business.
4)academic search complete=
Goris, Janny M., et al. “Television food advertising and the prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity: a multicountry comparison.” Public Health Nutrition 13.7 (2010): 1003-1012. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 22 Nov. 2010.
google scholar/wiley online library
Lobstein, T., Baur, L. and Uauy, R. (2004), Obesity in children and young people: a crisis in public health. Obesity Reviews, 5: 4–85. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-789X.2004.00133.x
- Issue published online: 16 APR 2004
- Article first published online: 16 APR 2004
Dietz, Willaim H. “Do We Fatten Our Children at the Television Set? Obesity and Television Viewing in Children and Adolescents .” http://www.pediatrics.com. N.p., 20 June 1984. Web. 1 Nov. 2010.
i think this a credible source because it has cited scholary articles and its the official journal of the american academy of pediatrics. it has articles by reliable and credible researchers and its a scholar source not a popular as i found it on google scholar.
1) it is a scholarly article because, it is based on a research on a certain topic, it is peer reviewed and its published by blackwell publishing so not with a popular magazine. also, its not for entertainment, advertising and its not visually attracitve.
2) its an article from a popular magazine because, it has illustrations, pictures, photos, visual effects, no citations, short in length and simple to understand, no based on any academic research,etc.
1) the effects of media on the obesity rates among children.
2) childhood and media and obesity.
3) i got 107 articles through the academic search complete database.
Udell, Tuesday, and Kaye Mehta. “When two sides go to war: newspaper reporting of ‘television food advertising restrictions’ as a solution to childhood obesity.” Health, Risk & Society 10.6 (2008): 535-548.Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 4 Oct. 2010.
4)i got 109 results. Freedman, D. S., et al. “The contribution of childhood obesity to adult carotid intima-media thickness: the Bogalusa Heart Study.” International Journal of Obesity 32.5 (2008): 749-756. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 4 Oct. 2010.
1) Ho w does the media aid in the increase of the obesity rates among children?
2) Media and obesity
3) Advertisements, high percentages ,of, overweight kids.
4) It could be broaden by not specifiying the age group, so instead of children, we could say people. It can be narrowed by specifying the gender or social class.
5) Media and obesity or( obese kids and advertisements.)