Cuyamaca How Does Climate Change Affect Public Health? Annoted Bibliography So, I have started this research log. There are certain requirements that will

Cuyamaca How Does Climate Change Affect Public Health? Annoted Bibliography So, I have started this research log. There are certain requirements that will be on the final project attachment. In this log you will need to add 6 more research sources and look over the past ones to see if they are fit for the certain requirements that are needed. All sources MUST be in APA format and you will use my schools research database that I will provide once I have accepted a tutor.

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Research Log (minimum 12 sources): 30 points

This is your final log from all the searches you did for class activities from Weeks 3-7, plus additional searching on your topic. It should include your final 8 sources as well as others you have considered.

Don’t forget about the source requirements in the final annotated bibliography.

This log should demonstrate evidence of learning all the strategies and tools we have practiced using in this class. It should contain a wide variety of sources, as well as a variety of search tools & strategies used to find these sources. Each entry should contain all the elements: date of search, APA citation, search tool used, search strategy, link to source (working link – for databases please use “permalink” or “permanent URL” or “stable URL” to be sure that I can follow it back to your source), and your notes/evaluation and any quotes you plan to use. Notes & quotes must be clearly indicated as such.

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**MUST BE APA FORMAT**
**PLEASE READ ATTACHMENTS**
**SOURCE INFORMATION IS IN FINAL PROJECT FA19 DOCUMENT** Research Log Template: Yvette Coda
My Research Question: How does climate change affect public health in terms of diet and
lifestyle as well as personal safety?
Source #1
Date you did the Search
Citation for Source (use APA
9/21/19
Duran, N. (2015). Managing Nutrition and Health in a Changing Climate: A Yellowknives Dene First Nation
Perspective.
UCLA:
Community
Health
Sciences
007H.
Retrieved
from:
http://www.escholarship.org/uc/item/9jm9p637
style)
Search Tool you used (e.g.
EBSCO, Google)
EBSCO Database
Search Strategy you used
(keywords typed in, search fields
Typed in the words: climate change and public health
or filters/limiters you used)
Link to Source (use permalink in
EBSCO)
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5036722/
Notes/Evaluation and
Appears to be a study article that relate to climate change and public health. The authors hold highly valid
academic credentials. The article is interesting, very detailed and informative.
Any Quotes you might use?
Source #2
Date you did the Search
9/21/19
Citation for Source (use APA
Lake et al. (2012). Climate Change and Food Security: Health Impacts in Developed Countries. Environmental
Health Perspectives. Nov2012, Vol. 120 Issue 11, p1520-1526. 7p.
style)
Search Tool you used (e.g.
EBSCO, Google)
EBSCO Database
Search Strategy you used
(keywords typed in, search fields
Typed in the words: climate change and public health
or filters/limiters you used)
Link to Source (use permalink in
https://eds.a.ebscohost.com/eds/detail/detail?vid=0&sid=7930ab9d-cd75-4cc0-a66f72ffe1dcfd6f%40sessionmgr4006&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWRzLWxpdmU%3d#AN=83647780&db=8gh
EBSCO)
Notes/Evaluation and
Any Quotes you might use?
Appears to be a research article that relating to climate change and public health. The authors hold highly
valid and academic credentials. The article is very informative with regard to the subject matter. The authors
remain highly focused on the subject matter throughout the article.
Source #3
Date you did the Search
9/21/19
Citation for Source (use APA
Perry, S. and Phillip, L. (2011). Global Climate Change and Children’s Health: Threats and Strategies for
Prevention. Environmental Health Perspectives. Mar2011, Vol. 119 Issue 3, p291-298. 8p
style)
Search Tool you used (e.g.
EBSCO, Google)
EBSCO
Search Strategy you used
(keywords typed in, search fields
Typed in the words: climate change and public health
or filters/limiters you used)
Link to Source (use permalink in
https://eds.a.ebscohost.com/eds/detail/detail?vid=0&sid=6311af3d-a6f1-4b7d-8a32-2b86a8ff2f92%40sdc-vsessmgr03&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWRzLWxpdmU%3d#AN=60690444&db=8gh
EBSCO)
Notes/Evaluation and
Any Quotes you might use?
Appears to be a study article that relates to climate change and public health. The authors hold highly valid
academic credentials. The article is interesting, very detailed, and informative. The authors remain highly
focused on the subject matter throughout the article.
Source #4
Date you did the Search
9/21/19
Citation for Source (use APA
Hughes, R. (2010). Climate change and the public health nutrition agenda. Public Health Nutrition [Public
Health Nutr] 2010 Mar; Vol. 13 (3), pp. 303
style)
Search Tool you used (e.g.
EBSCO, Google)
EBSCO
Search Strategy you used
(keywords typed in, search fields
Typed in the words: climate change and public health
or filters/limiters you used)
Link to Source (use permalink in https://eds.b.ebscohost.com/eds/detail/detail?vid=0&sid=d0a5573f-754b-44a7-a3a4-c9eb5523797c%40pdc-vsessmgr06&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWRzLWxpdmU%3d#AN=20137103&db=cmedm
EBSCO)
Notes/Evaluation and
Any Quotes you might use?
The article seems to be a study article that openly connects to climate change and public health. The authors
have highly valid academic credentials. The article is very detailed and relevant to subject matter.
Source #5
Date you did the Search
9/21/19
Citation for Source (use APA
McMichael, J. (2011). Climate change: present and future risks to health, and necessary responses. Journal Of
Internal Medicine [J Intern Med] 2011 Nov; Vol. 270 (5), pp. 401-13.
style)
Search Tool you used (e.g.
EBSCO, Google)
EBSCO
Search Strategy you used
(keywords typed in, search fields
Typed in the words: climate change and public health
or filters/limiters you used)
Link to Source (use permalink in https://eds.b.ebscohost.com/eds/detail/detail?vid=0&sid=8cb2e4be-10b0-4223-8a35c7e3b009e94b%40sessionmgr103&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWRzLWxpdmU%3d#AN=21682780&db=cmedm
EBSCO)
Notes/Evaluation and
Any Quotes you might use?
The article is a study article that directly relates to climate change and public health. The authors hold valid
academic credentials. The article is highly comprehensive and remains relevant to subject matter.
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Final Project Overview
1. Research Question: 10 points upon approval of final question in Week 5. These points count
toward the final project because, without an appropriate question, it’s difficult to find the
variety and quality of sources you will need for the Annotated Bibliography.
2. Research Log (minimum 12 sources): 30 points for your final completed log, due at the end of
Week 7. This is your personal log from all the searches you did for class activities from Weeks 37, plus additional searching on your topic. Designed to help you explore tools and try to find
answers to your question, it should include your final 8 sources as well as some others you have
rejected! At the end of Week 5 you will have a “check in” opportunity to turn in an update of
your log and receive detailed feedback to help you score a good grade on the final version.
3. Annotated Bibliography (minimum 8 sources): Due online, last day of class. 115 points.
Research Log: Details
You will keep track of every time you conduct research for this class, for all activities from Weeks 3-7. If
you practice different search strategies and tools, you will have more variety in your log and more
sources to choose from in the final project. Some students will have more log entries than others, but
everyone must have a minimum of 12 sources on the final version of your research log. As you go along
in this class, you should be taking notes on sources because it will help you decide whether or not you
wind up using that source in your final annotated bibliography. There is a place in the research log
template to indicate your notes and evaluation of a source. These notes will also help you avoid
accidental plagiarism when write your annotated bibliography, because in your log you can put direct
quotes from the material in quotation marks and write your thoughts separately.
To be clear, while you will only need 8 sources for your final annotated bibliography, you will be looking
at/skimming/evaluating at least 12 (probably more) sources for this project and all of them MUST be
noted in your log. I will expect to see a significant difference and growth in the types and variety of
sources you are logging as time progresses in this course. Please feel free to explore and show me the
different sources you’ve looked at.
Carefully keep track in your log of your own notes vs. what you quote. You can do this by using
quotation marks around direct quotes, stars or * next to paraphrases that need citation, by using
colored text to code it, or by using dashes or — before your own ideas. Know your own system here, be
consistent, and use it.
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Annotated Bibliography: Details
Source Requirements
For this assignment, you will be asked to identify a minimum of 8 quality sources, with at least 4 that
you found from the library or in its databases. The quality and variety of your sources will be part of
your grade. These sources should specifically provide material for your research question. You will
explain why they are useful, what you learned from them and why they are high quality sources. Your
explanation will also be part of your grade.
Sources required for the Final Project are:
• At least one (1) book from a highly respected, quality publisher (e.g. a university press such as
“Columbia University Press”)
• At least two (2) articles from a scholarly journal from the Grossmont College Library Research
Databases
• At least one (1) journalistic article or news report
• At least one (1) government (federal, state, or local) website or data set*
• At least three (3) additional sources, that may be similar to the above or general websites,
carefully evaluated
For the additional sources, if you do not find quality websites you may branch out and use other sources
to meet the 8 source requirement total, such as:
• Multimedia sources from the Library (streaming video, DVD, etc.) or a YouTube video (carefully
evaluated).
• Your sources for information may also include a relevant personal or published interview. This
would need to be cited correctly and evaluated, just as the other sources are.
All sources should be credible, relevant, trustworthy and academically sound.
*IMPORTANT: Please note that scholarly articles from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)/PubMed
website: (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/) are not government documents. This is a common
source of confusion. The NIH is a government website that hosts many open source (free) medical
journals which are actually peer-reviewed journals. It comes up a lot in web searches pertaining to
health topics. If you include these in your sources, they will be counted as scholarly journals, NOT as
government websites. Also, they will NOT count for the four (4) items you need to find in the library
databases.
Understanding Annotated Bibliographies
What is an annotated bibliography?
This is an organized list of sources (references cited), such as books, articles, web pages, etc., each of
which is followed by an annotation or “critique” of each item.
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What is included?
It contains both the bibliography (sometimes referred to as the “References” or the “Works Cited” for a
paper) and the annotations for each source.
The bibliography includes the “bibliographic information” (aka, citation) for each source (title, author,
publication, date, etc). In an annotated bibliography, each citation is followed by a descriptive and
evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The information in the annotation will inform the reader of the
relevance, usefulness, and quality of the sources cited.
What is the purpose of an annotated bibliography?
Depending on the assignment an annotated bibliography may serve a number of purposes, including but
not limited to:
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o
o
o
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a review of the literature on a particular subject
illustrate the quality of research that you have done
provide examples of the types of sources available
describe other items on a topic that may be of interest to the reader
explore the subject for further research
How is an annotation different from an abstract?
Abstracts are typically short summaries of academic articles or other scholarly publications. Abstracts
are written by the author(s) in order to give the reader a preview of what they can expect to find in the
article. Annotations are descriptive and also critical. Annotations are more likely to offer a point of view,
give the reader a lot more information and not just describe an item. (See also:
http://libguides.enc.edu/writing_basics/annotatedbib/tools)
Annotation Requirements
What goes in the annotations?
The annotations for each source should appear in paragraph form. Annotations should summarize the
main points and also identify:
a) what qualifications the authors have for writing about this topic, and/or what the authors’
primary purpose is.
b) why you believe the source is a high quality, trustworthy/credible source – beyond just stating
it’s from a type of web domain such as “.gov” or from a reputable publication such as The New
York Times, because we will make no assumptions in this class.
c) why and how the source is useful in helping you answer your research question – specifically.
The answer should not be the same for all the sources (each one should contribute something
unique).
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Each annotation should be approximately 5-7 sentences. Write a concise annotation that summarizes
the central theme and purpose of the book or article. In addition to 2-3 sentences of summary, include
1-2 sentences that evaluate the authority or background of the author, consider the intended audience
for whom it was written, and/or how you can be certain you have found a credible source. (This can be
shown in a variety of ways: for instance, by contextualizing the author’s work, by giving his/her
background, or by demonstrating the high level of scholarship in the piece through specific examples.) In
another 1-2 sentences explain how this work specifically contributes to your topic. Don’t generalize –
use specifics. What makes this particular article a good resource for you? How would you use it? What
unique information does it provide? Be sure to explain how each item on your list provided you with
new information.
Do not plagiarize. Everything should be written in your own words, but you may include short quotes of
specific terms or data if necessary. This is not a place for lengthy quotations. You will want to be sure to
avoid plagiarism here by taking careful notes and rephrasing everything with your own words.
Examples
Examples of two annotated citations:
Kemp, F. (1998). Computer-mediated communication: Making nets work for writing instruction. In J.R.
Galin & J. Latchaw (Eds.), The dialogic classroom (pp. 133-150). Urbana, IL: National Council of
Teachers of English.
Fred Kemp, associate professor of English at Texas Tech University is the author of this early
investigation of the potential uses of network computing in teaching writing. Opening with a historical
discussion of the perceived impact of the microcomputer on writing pedagogy, he notes that while
machines lack the natural language capability to become graders of student papers, they have had great
impact as network tools useful for facilitating peer review in writing instruction. Through a series of
examples dating back to Trent Batson’s use of networked computers to enable deaf students to
communicate in writing with each other at Gaullaudet University in 1985, Kemp traces the impact of
applied networking on collaborative learning theories such as Kenneth Bruffee, Thomas Kuhn, and Karen
Burke LeFevre. Although now dated, his 1998 argument was eerily prescient and the article is useful in
establishing an historical account of early applications of network technology on writing pedagogy. As
such, this article would be helpful in a study tracing the initial impact of computers in the writing
classroom as teachers first sought to put network technology to use.
Merrill, R. (2015). Use of marijuana and changing risk perceptions. American Journal of Health Behavior,
39(3), 308-317.
Written by a professor of epidemiology at Brigham Young University, this study sets out to “improve the
understanding of which adolescents were most likely to perceive marijuana use as not harmful” (309).
The methodology used to gather information was a questionnaire of students in three Utah County
districts. The survey included consistency checks and participation was voluntary and anonymous.
Participation rates were over 64% and several thousand responses were utilized. A possible limitation of
this study is that 88% of the population surveyed is Mormon; a potential omission is the exclusion of
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students from charter or online schools. Survey data showed that several factors decreased the
perception of marijuana as being risky: poorer academic performance, having a parent with no college
education, the presence of a step-parent, Hispanic ethnicity, and having friends who did not believe it
was risky. Overall, data showed that associations between perceived risks and marijuana use are rather
complex. Most of this study’s results confirm other findings in the literature in regards to risk perception
and marijuana use. This study will provide relevant data for my paper on factors or characteristics
associated with teenagers who perceive that marijuana use has no risk.
Annotations: Samples Explained: https://tinyurl.com/annot-samples
This is a link to a slideshow I created that highlights summary, evaluation, and usefulness in the samples
above and explains their strengths and weaknesses.

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