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20Time Annotated Working Bibliography 1

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Nordqvist, Christian. “Stress: Why Does It Happen and How Can We Manage It?” ​Medical News Today​, MediLexicon International, 28 Nov. 2017, www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/145855.php.

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Summary: Describe the key points of the source, including at least three key quotes.

Stress helps the body prepare to face danger.

The symptoms can be both physical and psychological.

Short-term stress can be helpful, but long-term stress is linked to various health conditions.

Assessment: Evaluate how the source responds to your research question. What does this source offer that other sources do not offer? Is the information reliable? How do you know? Is the source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source?

This article connects to my research questions because this doctor has done studies on the different types of stress, the causes, the symptoms, and what is stress as a whole. Well this is my very first credible source i can trust so i can’t really go into depth on what this site has that others don’t besides the fact that this information comes from a doctor. My goal for this source is to stick with it and keep in mind when i research for more credible sites.

Reflection: How does this source fit into your research? Was it helpful? If so, how? How does it help to shape your understanding of the controversy you are researching? How can you use this source in your project?

This site fits well in my research because what i’m looking for first is some answers on how and why stress affect the humans life. This site helps a lot because the information that was provided was clear and has actually sympathy on the topic itself. Using this source moving forward, I would provide background from the website and summarize/touch base in my own words.

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TED-Ed. “How Stress Affects Your Body - Sharon Horesh Bergquist.” YouTube, YouTube, 22 Oct. 2015,

www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-t1Z5-oPtU.

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-t1Z5-oPtU.

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Stress is a feeling we all experience when we are challenged or overwhelmed

In the short term, stress can be advantageous

But when activated too often or too long, your primitive fight or flight stress response not only changes your brain but also damages many of the other organs and cells throughout your body

Assessment: Evaluate how the source responds to your research question. What does this source offer that other sources do not offer? Is the information reliable? How do you know? Is the source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source?

This TED Ed video connects well with my research question because this video shows/explains the different effects stress can do to your body in terms of how much stress you indear on a day to day bases. This is a reliable source in which someone is explaining the causes of stress and what it effects in the body. The goal for this video is to provide awareness of stress can really do to you.

Reflection: How does this source fit into your research? Was it helpful? If so, how? How does it help to shape your understanding of the controversy you are researching? How can you use this source in your project?

This TED Ed video connects well with my research because this video shows/explains the different effects stress can do to your body in terms of how much stress you indear on a day to day bases. In the video, It saids that your life will always be filled with stressful situations, But what matters to your brain and entire body is how you respond to that specific stress.

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Seeker. “What Does Stress Do To Your Body?” ​YouTube​, YouTube, 25 Mar. 2015, www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IUZjCSkbrc.

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Stress is really really awful for your body

You know when you get scared, embarrassed or anxious- your face flushes and you get hot and sweaty?

This is called Psychogenic Fever, Your body temperature actually increases when you’re stress

Assessment: Evaluate how the source responds to your research question. What does this source offer that other sources do not offer? Is the information reliable? How do you know? Is the source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source?

Most of the short term effects are a result of this flight or fight response, This video indicated what the body does when it goes through stress depending on how long you dealt with it. I feel this reliable because the video was a little similar to my last video but touch bases on it by researches and studies. The goal of this source is to help prevent the situation from getting worse.

Reflection: How does this source fit into your research? Was it helpful? If so, how? How does it help

to shape your understanding of the controversy you are researching? How can you use this source in your project?

This source was very helpful and fit perfectly well with my study the video help explains stress in content and goes into depth on stress and what it does to the body. This was very help even if it shared similar information from my other researches, the only difference is in how the information was presented and going into detail and the information that was given. In this video, It can help a young reporter/ researcher to elaborate what stress does, why it happens, And how to prevent the situation from getting worse.

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Preidt, Robert. “Americans Are Stressed, and Politics Is To Blame.” ​WebMD​, WebMD, 1 Nov. 2017,

www.webmd.com/balance/stress-management/news/20171101/americans-are-stressed-and-politics-is-to-blame#1.

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https://www.webmd.com/balance/stress-management/news/20171101/americans-are-stressed-and-po

litics-is-to-blame#1

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About 63 percent of survey respondents cited the country's future as a very or somewhat significant source of stress, versus 62 percent who acknowledged financial stress and 61 percent who cited job-related stress.

The uncertainty and unpredictability tied to the future of our nation is affecting the health and well-being of many Americans in a way that feels unique to this period in recent history

Among respondents, proportionately more Democrats saw the country's future as stressful: 73 percent, versus 56 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of independents.

The state of the nation has led 51 percent of poll respondents to volunteer for or support causes important to them. The findings showed that 59 percent have taken some form of action in the past year, including 28 percent who signed a petition, and 15 percent who boycotted a company or product because of its social or political views or actions.

Assessment: Evaluate how the source responds to your research question. What does this source offer that other sources do not offer? Is the information reliable? How do you know? Is the source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source?

The article relates to my topic proposal being as a whole, stress can come from different parts of the spectrum especially in the political field. As every different individual in the world has a different political standpoint and what they believe is right, the rest of the world begs to differ and it could be overwhelming especially if you're literally in the political position. This information is relative to my project because it makes very much sense on how politics can be very bunched and very hectic in a sense that you don’t know what to believe in anymore and it can control your life and the actions behind it.

Reflection: How does this source fit into your research? Was it helpful? If so, how? How does it help to shape your understanding of the controversy you are researching? How can you use this source in your project?

This source fits well with my topic because it touch bases on my project but in a different standpoint

instead of the health benefits, instead it tells why and how effective politics can be. This source helps and benefit a lot in my project because it can show a different aspect from stress on people that’s not focused in the youth/young adult department.

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“How to Deal With Family Members Who Stress You Out.” ​Psychology Today​, Sussex Publishers,

www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/your-emotional-meter/201801/how-deal-family-members-who-stress-you-out.

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who-stress-you-out

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By developing a sense of self, you build the ability to self-regulateand better manage your anxiety, which brings about changes that allow you to be less reactive to your family members; thus, your need for everything to go smoothly decreases, as do your expectations and feelings of distress.

Feeling less stressed around family is all about learningto manage your own part in your relationships with others, instead of trying to manage everyone else’s feelings. It means being part of your family while being able to control your own functioning at the same time.

However, there’s no rule that says you have to get along with everyone in your family all the time. Being related doesn’t mean you’ll get along in every situation, share the same political views, or even enjoy each other's company.

Remember, when a difficult family situation arises and anxiety is high, avoiding the issue and distancing from family isn’t particularly helpful. Work on being who you want to be, even when you’re around people who have different opinions or make annoying remarks

Assessment: Evaluate how the source responds to your research question. What does this source offer that other sources do not offer? Is the information reliable? How do you know? Is the source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source?

This source is relative to my topic because this specific source of touch bases on a family oriented topic in which family isn’t really helpful but instead the main reason why you can develop stress. This source is reliable because usually in a situation like this, your family is one of the most important source of help calm your stress but you’re family can’t always be your valuable source.

Reflection: How does this source fit into your research? Was it helpful? If so, how? How does it help to shape your understanding of the controversy you are researching? How can you use this source in your project?

This source fits well with my topic because your might think your family would be helpful but instead be the reason why you could possibly go through a tough state in your life. This source could be very useful in this project because my general might think of this to be surprising but at the same time others could relate to this topic in a similar situation like this.

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Bethune, Sophie. “Teen Stress Rivals That of Adults.” ​American Psychological Association​, American Psychological Association,

www.apa.org/monitor/2014/04/teen-stress.aspx.

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American teens say they experience stress in patterns similar to adults, and during the school year they report stress levels even higher than those reported by adults.

Many teens also reported feeling overwhelmed (31 %) and depressed or sad (30 %) as a result of stress. More than one-third of teens reported feeling tired (36 %) and nearly one-quarter of teens (23 %) reported skipping a meal due to stress.

Similarly, stress continued to be a problem for many adults, while high stress and ineffective coping mechanisms remain ingrained in American culture. Forty-two percent of adults reported that their stress level had increased and 36 percent said their stress level had stayed the same over the past five years. Adults' average reported stress level was 5.1 on a 10-point scale, far higher than the level of stress they believe is healthy (3.6).

"we need to provide teens with better support and health education at school and home, at the community level and in their interactions with health-care professionals."

Assessment: Evaluate how the source responds to your research question. What does this source offer that other sources do not offer? Is the information reliable? How do you know? Is the source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source?

In this source, this article is taking the position in which teenagers might have the higher stick in the stress rate than adults in which could be very much true in modern time as a generation. What this article offers is that is not only a general rate from an observation but on the general statistics. This is a very objective source and very much something to talk about to help lower its rate but also be help to touch bases on this situation more than once.

Reflection: How does this source fit into your research? Was it helpful? If so, how? How does it help to shape your understanding of the controversy you are researching? How can you use this source in your project?

This source fits in my research because my main concern on stress was to target young adults and how to lower the rate but it’s interesting that adults is in this discussion as something to be concerned about.

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Hampton, Keith, et al. “Psychological Stress and Social Media Use.” ​Pew Research Center: Internet, Science & Tech​, Pew Research Center: Internet, Science & Tech, 15 Jan. 2015, www.pewinternet.org/2015/01/15/psychological-stress-and-social-media-use-2/.

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There is more information flowing into people’s lives now than ever — much of it distressing

and challenging. There are more possibilities for interruptions and distractions. It is easier now to track what friends, frenemies, and foes are doing and to monitor rises and falls in status on

a

near-constant basis.

Stress might come from maintaining a large network of Facebook friends, feeling jealous of their well-documented and well-appointed lives, the demands of replying to text messages, the addictive allure of photos of fantastic crafts on Pinterest, having to keep up with status updates on Twitter, and the “fear of missing out” on activities in the lives of friends and family.

This report pays particular attention to social stress. This kind of stress comes from exposure

to stressful life events. It is not directly a measure of whether someone feels that their own life

is

overloaded. Rather, it assesses people’s stress by understanding their social environment.

As with our analysis of psychological stress, regression analysis was used to test if the use of different digital technologies was related to higher or lower levels of awareness of stressful events in other people’s lives.

Assessment: Evaluate how the source responds to your research question. What does this source offer that other sources do not offer? Is the information reliable? How do you know? Is the source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source?

This source is from this article is very interesting because it touch bases on something that i find very amusing because social media plays a very valuable part of stress because of so much that’s being involved like cyber bullying, politics, and much more that can be overwhelming for just one individual. The goal for this source is very much to go deeper on social media and how much it could possible be effect on users.

Reflection: How does this source fit into your research? Was it helpful? If so, how? How does it help to shape your understanding of the controversy you are researching? How can you use this source in your project?

This source fits well with my project because it’s help on the sense on how stress can be effective by action or viewing perspective. I can use this source just like the family situation on something that’s effective on the topic of stress but can lead to more than expective.

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