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Annotated Bibliography
Martevias D. Reeves
WRI 1200: Research, Argument and Writing Online
Dr. Linda Fischer
30 Jan 2016
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INTRODUCTION
In this paper, I will be looking at the various different resources that can be used to
answer the question; is there a correlation between family income and child obesity? The
resources that I will be looking into vary from books that are related to the topic to peer reviewed
journals that talk about the topic. I will also be taking into consideration, different magazines and
newspapers that have talked in details about the different issues concerned with the issue of
obesity in children. The following are resources that I found that meet the standards required and
give information related to my research question.
BOOKS
1. Waters, E. (2010). Preventing childhood obesity: Evidence, policy, and practice.
Chichester,
West Sussex: Blackwell Pub.
Childhood obesity has become one of the issues that most health care providers are
dealing with in the country. This has been so common to an extent that it is no longer considered
a big deal in the society. It is expensive to cure or manage and it also has other side effects that
may prove to be expensive. But the most effective way is preventing this problem and this is
what the write waters has specialized in while writing this book. It gives the general public and
parent s methods of dealing with child obesity before it occurs.
These should be in alphabetical order and numbered.
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2. Heaton-Harris, N. (2009). Combating child obesity. Brighton [England: Emerald
Publishing.
Heaton-Harris in the book combating child obesity, has given many different measures
that can be taken in an effort to make sure that child obesity is dealt with. It is notable that in the
current times, there are already too many cases that can be related to the child obesity. There
cases need methods to help with solving them. This is what the write has insisted in by giving
many different methods in which the child obesity issue can both be cured for the current cases
and prevented for the future generations that are to come. This information is very relevant to my
current research.
JOURNALS
3 Wang, Y., & Zhang, Q. (2006). Are American children and adolescents of low socioeconomic
status at increased risk of obesity? Changes in the association between overweight and
family income between 1971 and 2002.The American Journal of Clinical
Nutrition, 84(4), 707-716.
This journal looks into a greater depth, the association that the issue of family income has
in relation to the obesity of people. This is mainly based on information that was collected
between 1971 and 2002. Such information compares and contrasts the relationship between the
families that have obesity among the members and the income that they earn. The income earned
in a huge indicator of the lifestyles that the people have and it goes a long way into making sure
that such data is analyzed. This information is important in my research as it also affects the
obesity of the children that are involved.
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4 Tremblay, M. S., & Willms, J. D. (2003). Is the Canadian childhood obesity epidemic related
to
physical inactivity?. International journal of obesity, 27(9), 1100-1105.
This journal, seeks to investigate if there is any relationship between the inactivity that
children have and obesity. In recent times, there has been a rise in the level of in activity of many
of the children in our society. This is because of the increased revolution in video gaming. Most
children remain in their rooms playing video games and this has led to the increased inactivity
among them. Most of them do not engage in physical activity like running and jumping with
would naturally reduce the fats in the body. This information will help me to develop my
research.
5 Wang, Y. (2001). Cross-national comparison of childhood obesity: the epidemic and the
relationship between obesity and socioeconomic status. International journal of
epidemiology, 30(5), 1129-1136.
In this journal, the writer, Wang looks in to details about the relationship between the
obesity of both children and that of adults. The social economic activity looks into how rich or
how poor a person may be or how rich they are. This is important in determining if the obesity of
children is as a result of eating too much or fatty food. This research provides a look into
whether the social wellbeing of people determines if their children are more likely to end up
being obese or not. This information will help me in growing the research on the topic.
6 Wang, Y., Monteiro, C., & Popkin, B. M. (2002). Trends of obesity and underweight in older
children and adolescents in the United States, Brazil, China, and Russia. The American
journal of clinical nutrition, 75(6), 971-977.
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Nutrition is naturally among the most significant issues in determining if a person or
child ends up being obese. In this journal, the writers take into consideration the nutrition of
different children across several countries and the way it affects their wellbeing. Some of them
were underweight while others ended up being obese and overweight. This is important because
it helps focus on both extremes in the area. There is also information that compares the different
ways in which what the children eat affected their wellbeing. With this information, I will be
able to give the necessary details in my research problem.
Must, A., & Strauss, R. S. (1999). Risks and consequences of childhood and adolescent
obesity. International journal of obesity and related metabolic disorders: journal of the
International Association for the Study of Obesity,23, S2-11.
This journal takes into a deep assessment of the different risks that can come up as a
result of a child being obese. Among the items that the writes come up with is diabetes. This
serves as an explanation to the reason as to why there has been an increase in the rise of the cases
that are reported for the disease. Even worrying is that most of the cases reported are new and
this shows that the trend is increasing. There has also been a report on the fact that the low selfesteem has been as a result of this obesity in children and this brings the importance of dealing
with it.
Arenz, S., Rückerl, R., Koletzko, B., & von Kries, R. (2004). Breast-feeding and childhood
obesity—a systematic review. International journal of obesity,28(10), 1247-1256.
Lastly, there is the issue of breast feeding and how it is related to the obesity that is seen
in many children. This journal exploits the many different theories that have been associated
with obesity and breast feeding. It shows the different facts that have been proven and the myths
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that are believed but have not been proven. All this goes along way into making sure that the
information that is gathered is accurate and it provides the necessary information for the analysis
that is required. All this information would go a long way in helping my research to be more
complete.
NEWSPAPERS OR MAGAZINE
Childhood Obesity Has Reached Alarming Rates Globally, Reveals New WHO ReportNDTV.COM. 27/01/2016
Link: http://food.ndtv.com/food-drinks/childhood-obesity-has-reached-alarming-rates-globallyreveals-new-who-report-1270522
This article has a clear description of the condition as it is in current terms. As it is stated,
there is a worrying trend that has been in most cases worldwide of more and more children
becoming obese. This has been seen to be a worrying trend because it basically means that more
people are exposed to other types of diseases that come up as risks of being obese. It also paints a
picture of the way in which the many different people around the world will be affected by the
rise in different cases of obesity and the illnesses that are associated. This information is
important for my research as it helps me to relate the situation as it is on the ground.
Child obesity now a global crisis- Fortune magazine. 25/01/2016 Link:
http://fortune.com/2016/01/25/child-obesity-global-crisis/
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This article takes into consideration all the many different issues that are causing the
problem of child obesity. This article has also taken consideration on a global scale and assesses
the situation in all the continents in the world. The analysis of the situation shows that there are
several resulting effects that could be prevented if action was taken early enough. It also present
several ways in which obesity can be prevented and avoided. The statistics that are presented in
this article are very important in making sure that the final research project is successful in
creating a good report that can be used to implement changes.
You need to describe 30 articles.
30 points Awarded
You can resubmit on Friday to improve your grade.
References
Arenz, S., Rückerl, R., Koletzko, B., & von Kries, R. (2004). Breast-feeding and childhood
obesity—a systematic review. International journal of obesity,28(10), 1247-1256.
Child obesity now a global crisis- Fortune magazine. 25/01/2016
Link: http://fortune.com/2016/01/25/child-obesity-global-crisis/
Heaton-Harris, N. (2009). Combating child obesity. Brighton [England: Emerald Publishing.
http://food.ndtv.com/food-drinks/childhood-obesity-has-reached-alarming-rates-globallyreveals-new-who-report-1270522
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Must, A., & Strauss, R. S. (1999). Risks and consequences of childhood and adolescent
obesity. International journal of obesity and related metabolic disorders: journal of the
International Association for the Study of Obesity,23, S2-11.
Tremblay, M. S., & Willms, J. D. (2003). Is the Canadian childhood obesity epidemic related to
physical inactivity?. International journal of obesity, 27(9), 1100-1105.
Wang, Y., Monteiro, C., & Popkin, B. M. (2002). Trends of obesity and underweight in older
children and adolescents in the United States, Brazil, China, and Russia. The American
journal of clinical nutrition, 75(6), 971-977.
Wang, Y. (2001). Cross-national comparison of childhood obesity: the epidemic and the
relationship between obesity and socioeconomic status. International journal of
epidemiology, 30(5), 1129-1136.
Wang, Y., & Zhang, Q. (2006). Are American children and adolescents of low socioeconomic
status at increased risk of obesity? Changes in the association between overweight and
family income between 1971 and 2002.The American Journal of Clinical
Nutrition, 84(4), 707-716.
Waters, E. (2010). Preventing childhood obesity: Evidence, policy, and practice. Chichester,
West Sussex: Blackwell Pub.
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Task Sheet for Research Paper #1
(First Draft)
Let’s review what you have accomplished so far: You have articulated a research question,
formulated a plan for conducting your research, and have also identified a number of sources to
get you started. Now it is time to go through those sources (i.e., reading and annotating them),
carefully glean relevant information from them, digest the information and ideas therein, identify
any caveats, and begin to put into prose form the answer to your research question. I anticipate this
task taking twenty or so hours. A word of advice: Do not become distraught if a crystal-clear
answer to your research question does not emerge right away.
Using 12-point Times New Roman font, in no less than eight (8) pages and no more than ten (10)
pages of content present your findings. These parameters are for content, exclusive of heading/title
page and references. Going outside these parameters will result in a lower score proportional to
the length over or under the above the assigned range. Use APA formatting
As mentioned earlier, your research paper will need at least ten (10) sources:



At least two (2) of those ten must be books.
At least six (6) of those ten must be from peer-reviewed journals.
That means no more than two (2) of your ten sources can be newspapers or magazines
(unless you choose to include more than the required ten sources).
This ten-source minimum implies there will be at least one in-text citation for each source and,
therefore, at least ten in-text citations. However, each source may very well be cited more than
once, so the expected ten in-text citations is a bare minimum, not a maximum. Both your references
and in-text citations are to be presented in APA format.
Let the following process guide your approach to this draft:
1. Identify the related questions that need to be answered and the key ideas which need to be
explained.
2. Identify the key pieces of information relevant to the above.
3. Plan out the general organization of the above.
4. Write the draft. Along the way, make notes to yourself about additional questions, sources,
and ideas—particularly those which could be useful in Paper #2, the upcoming
argumentative research paper.
5. Revise the draft.
6. Edit the draft.
7. Proofread the draft.
8. Have at least two other people read it, looking for blind spots, language errors, and ideas
for strengthening your argument.
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