Referencing and Annotating a Journal Article Institution: Name: Date: Article one Citation: Van Evra J. (2004). Television and child development. Routledge. In the first article it is apparent about what the big issue of identification is. The main question of address in the article is on how the American children and adolescents are exposed to the social media and what the possible impact it has on their social and academic lives. In the second page through page three of the article the main questions on the amount time that the called tweens (children between the ages eight to 13) uses on the various platforms of the social median. It becomes compelling on how it is revealed on how the research data analysis and the compiling of a report this had a positive implication on the word use since the activity was made a procession. By the articulation of the most relevant questions in the research it meat that there could not arise any confusion since the questions were aimed at getting a specific piece of information. When specific questions were asked to the participants it became a directive approach in which they were need to give a specific but not a general information References Kuokkanen L. Leino-Kilpi H. & Katajisto J. (2003). Nurse empowerment job-related satisfaction and organizational commitment. Journal of nursing care quality 18(3) 184-192. Van Evra J. (2004). Television and Child development. Routeldge. [...]
Read the 2 research articles attached and answer the following information: • The reference for the source, in correct APA format • Copy the research question or the problem addressed in the report (with page number) as it is stated in the article • In your own words, having read the whole report, what were the researchers looking for? • What are your observations about how the question in the research report is worded? • How do you think the way they asked their research question(s) influenced what they found?