Annotated Bibliography Student’s name Institutional Affiliation Annotated Bibliography Anderson C. A. Berkowitz L. Donnerstein E. Huesmann L. R. Johnson J. D. Linz D. … Malamuth N. M. (2003). The influence of media violence on youth. Psychological Science in the Public Interest 4(3) 81-110. The authors of this article admit research studies concerning effects of violent films television content video games and music confirm unequivocal evidence that media violence supposedly increases the chances of violent and aggressive behavior in both long-term and immediate contexts. Short-term exposure to such aspects increases the likelihood of aggressive thoughts aggressive emotions and physically aggressive behavior. The long-term effects tend to be apparent later on in the life of a person and can be noted during incidences of spouse abuse or physical assaults. Surveys confirm that there is an extensive presence of violence and other unnecessary themes in modern media content. Also most children and young people prefer spending most tendency of learning different things about their feelings and surrounding after merely watching or observing media characters. However there are potential consequences which can arise either immediately or after a long time. Wilson suggests that the influence of media forms on young people is mostly dependent on the type of content that they find attractive instead of the amount of time they spend on the screen. Regardless there the resulting emotional and social experiences these individuals go through can affect their well-being and deter them from realizing their ambitions. The journal article will be convenient when justifying the positives of media forms notably for children. Wilson endeavored to use various psychology-related theories and concepts to demonstrate her views and opinions concerning the topic. The literature also assessed previous research studies done by scholars and cultivated new assertions to support the hypothesis. Such factors annotate the credibility of this source. [...]
All work must be cited and referenced. Prepare an annotated bibliography of your findings on your topic "The Impact of Media: Effects of TV on Children" (if you find anything with Effects of TV Violence on Children do that...whichever is easier for you) Your annotated bibliography should include a minimum of ten scholarly sources. Locate both quantitative and qualitative articles. Each annotation should: *summarize the content of the source, *clarify why the source is relevant to the topic, *describe why the source is credible, and *indicate why the author should be considered an expert. Then Write a 7 to 10 page paper utilizing the annotated bibliography and add any further research findings you have located besides the annotated bibliography. Prepare the research paper that responds to the following: * Evaluate the scope and extent of research that has been directed toward this topic. * Provide a detailed explanation that demonstrates a clear, extensive search of the literature. * How has research questions and foci changed over the years? * Compare and contrast any differences/contradictory, or inconclusive findings reported in the research. * Provide a clear, insightful explanation of the differences and using critical thinking present your best assessment of what is and is not known. * What is known and what is yet to be known? * Create a reasoned list of what further research that needs to be done on the topic. * Provide a detailed explanation of new or extended research that scholars seem to believe is still needed. *What else needs to be researched on the topic? Use proper spelling, grammar, and APA formatting for your analysis paper. This should include a cover page, running head, abstract, and correct font type and size.