Course Project Task VIII Annotated BibliographyCollate all resources, such as the links and references,
you have used in the course project task for each module. For each resource, provide an annotated bibliography with a proper APA citation,
a paragraph summarizing the resource, and a paragraph summarizing your opinion on the value of the resource as a contribution to the subject matter.Follow APA guidelines for writing and citing resources.
Name your annotated bibliography M8_A2_LastName_CP_VIII.doc, and present it in Microsoft Word document format. Submit it to the Submissions Area by the due date assigned.
All written assignments and responses should follow APA rules for attributing sources.
Assignment 2 Grading Criteria Maximum PointsCreated an annotated bibliography, and for each resource provided a paragraph summarizing the resource followed by a paragraph summarizing your opinion on the value of the resource as a contribution to the subject matter.
16Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources, displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Li, R., Fein, S. B., Chen, J., & Grummer-Strawn, L. M. (2008). Why mothers stop breast feeding: mothers’ self-reported reasons for stopping during the first year. Pediatrics, 122(Supplement 2), S69-S76.Magnusson, B. M., Thackeray, C. R., Van Wagenen, S. A., Davis, S. F., Richards, R., & Merrill, R. M. (2017). Perceptions of Public Breastfeeding Images and Their Association With Breastfeeding Knowledge and Attitudes Among an Internet Panel of Men Ages 21–44 in the United States. Journal of Human Lactation, 33(1), 157-164.
Ames, C. S., Richardson, J., Payne, S., Smith, P., & Leigh, E. (2014). Mindfulness‐based cognitive therapy for depression in adolescents. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 19(1), 74-78.
Hicks, L., & Stein, M. (2015). Understanding and working with adolescent neglect: perspectives from research, young people and professionals. Child & Family Social Work, 20(2), 223-233.
M2A1 -Interaction with Kids at Grand D’s Daycare
Britto, P. R., Lye, S. J., Proulx, K., Yousafzai, A. K., Matthews, S. G., Vaivada, T., & MacMillan, H. (2017). Nurturing care: promoting early childhood development. The Lancet, 389(10064), 91-102.
Pluess, M., Assary, E., Lionetti, F., Lester, K. J., Krapohl, E., Aron, E. N., & Aron, A. (2018). Environmental sensitivity in children: Development of the Highly Sensitive Child Scale and identification of sensitivity groups. Developmental psychology, 54(1), 51.
M2A2-Working with Adolescents Interview
Best, J. (2017). Troubling children: Studies of children and social problems. Routledge.
M3A1 Journal Article
Erickson’s model of development focuses approaches which influence the child to become confident and an active member of a group or society, focusing on eight stages of psychosocial development (Donnelly, Mueller, Gallahue, & Gallahue, 2017). Among the four types of recreational facilitation described in the article, I believe that the model play facilitation supports the Erikson’s model of development as compared to the other three approaches.
Donnelly, F., Mueller, S., Gallahue, D. & Gallahue, D. (2017). Developmental physical education for all children: theory into practice. Champaign: Human Kinetics.
M3A2 Literature ReviewChildhood Obesity
Han, J. C., Lawlor, D. A., & Kimm, S. Y. (2010). Childhood obesity. The Lancet, 375(9727), 1737-1748.
Lobstein, T., Jackson-Leach, R., Moodie, M. L., Hall, K. D., Gortmaker, S. L., Swinburn, B. A., … & McPherson, K. (2015). Child and adolescent obesity: part of a bigger picture. The Lancet, 385(9986), 2510-2520.
M4A1 Pro-Social Behavior: Journal Article Review
According to Rutten et al. (2006), the primary purpose for adolescents to engage in sports activities is not to get educated. Nevertheless, participation in sports as a social activity may have a significant educational influence on the adolescents. During sporting activities, most adolescents and young sportspersons usually learn the required skills and knowledge needed to perform their respective sports as well as all the necessary sport related rules and disciplines.
M4A2 Dunkel, C. S., & Harbke, C. (2017). A review of measures of Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development: Evidence for a general factor. Journal of Adult Development, 24(1), 58-76.
Knight, Z. G. (2017). A proposed model of psychodynamic psychotherapy linked to Erik Erikson’s eight stages of psychosocial development. Clinical psychology & psychotherapy, 24(5), 1047-1058.
Head, J. (2017). Working with adolescents. Constructing identity. Routledge.
I felt that the discouraging trends among the adults such as being forgetful are very common. I, however, realized that counsellors should come up with enticing ways which are capable of catching the attention of the adolescents during counselling. The approach will make it easier for them to grasp the concepts taught and hence will improve the counselling experience. Some of the positive and motivating trends that I learned from the interview about dealing with this group of clients is that they have the ability to learn new skills and concepts easily and they also get easily attached to the people who they feel care about them most (Head, 2017). From the experience, I realized on the need to ensure the creation of a positive relationship with the group that is based on trust so that I can bee in a position to interact with them well. I also feel that coming up with interesting ways of handling issues and finding
Head, J. (2017). Working with adolescents. Constructing identity. Routledge.
Morgan, W. P., & Goldston, S. E. (2013). Exercise and mental health. Taylor & Francis
Both the genetic, nervous and chemical system functions of the teenagers in adolescent are highly influenced by their social interactions, pressure and activities they anagoge with on a daily basis. Social pressure and interactions highly force the individuals to want more attention and pressure for better association (Head, 2017). Furthermore, the cognitive and psychological development of these teenagers is also dependent on the number of friends they have, the influence of parents and other individuals.
The information I gathered within the interview process does not change my decision to work with adolescents because I have always been interested in working with the group of people to solve their issues. Moreover, I like interacting with them and this is an essential aspect for building a proper relationship with these individuals. Sports and exercise are also related to counselling because they can aid in relieving anxiety, stress and depression from the teenagers (Morgan, and Goldston, 2013). . Furthermore, people feel better about themselves once they engage in sporting activities which also ensures that the health of the individuals is also properly maintained.
This is because as compared to other social activities such as religion, sports not only help adolescents develop self-confidence and social responsibility but it majorly instills the values of teamwork, leadership, as well as enhances physical and intellectual development since individuals are engaged in competition and vigorous physical exercise (Rutten et al. 2017).
Rutten, E. A., Stams, G. J. J. M., Biesta, G. J. J., Schuengel, C., Dirks, E., & Hoeksma, J. B. (2007).The contribution of organized youth sport to antisocial and prosocial behavior in adolescent athletes. Journal of Youth & Adolescence, 36, 255–264.
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