Immigration, Stress and Coping

  • Immigration, stress, and coping

 

Students will synthesize current research related to structured inequalities or other issues experienced by older adults in America and also speak to their lived experience. Students will also describe stressors and health consequences related to the inequalities identified or topics.  Potential categories might include race, ethnicity, gender, religion, disability, health conditions, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and age.  Students will discuss important research findings and the implications of these findings in a review paper (5-7 pages, double-spaced), citing a minimum of five (5) academic peer-reviewed journals.  Papers should include a synopsis, analysis, and application of current research as reported in the literature. In addition, papers can address the impact of inequities/stressors from a physiological, psychological, or emotional perspective.

Guidelines:

  • Review paper (5-7 pages, double-spaced)
  • Citing a minimum of five academic peer-reviewed journals.
  • APA format
  • Title page and reference page
  • Organize your sections – develop an outline – use paragraph or section headers

Evaluation criteria

(1) synthesis, critical analysis and application of the literature;
(2) adherence to the assignment guidelines;
(3) citations, references, and format;
(4) syntax, grammar, and spelling;
(5) originality and creativity.

 

It will be important to:

  • Relate to class topics, readings, discussions, and social lines of identity in some way
  • Define the field and the topic – what type of research is being done
  • Breakdown and analyze each journal article – purpose, hypothesis, goals, results, implications
  • Use section headers a lot (if helpful to you)

Students are required to cite at least five (5) primary sources (i.e. academic journal articles, etc.) in the paper (APA Style). You can also use .gov sites and nonprofits.

GENERAL NOTES

  • 12 pt. font, APA style, black ink, times new roman font style, white paper, indent new paragraphs, use paragraph breaks
  • APA is written in past tense whenever possible (e.g. The purpose of this paper was .The goal of this paper was)
  • Need to have in-text citations for any material noted on the reference page
  • Double space lines of text
  • Inside the paper – main section titles are good for organization
  • Brief, clear, and concise writing; write with academic, formal voice
  • Limit the number of direct referenced quotes in paper
  • Read and follow in detail the paper guidelines
  • Use spell check and grammar check!
  1. Title Page

Title page should include:

  1. Running Head (left justified, upper case letters, paper title)
  2. Title of Paper (be specific here)
  3. Author Name
  4. University
  5. Class Name & Section if applicable
  6. Professor/Instructor
  7. Date (e.g. 4 January 2007)
  8. Pg #s in upper right hand corner preceded by truncated running head title (5 space between title and pg #)
  9. Except for running head and pg numbers, everything else on title page is centered and double spaced
  10. 12 pt. Font only!
  1. Introduction (1 p.)
  1. Intro sentences to topic and paper
  2. scope
  3. Statement of purpose (what you will write about and discuss do in the paper)
  4. Goals of paper
  5. Definition of terms if applicable (Stress, racism, sexism, ageism, etc whichever terms you will be using in your paper and fit into the experiences you are discussing in the paper)
  6. Identify group &  main issues, stats, demographics, etc.
  7. Layout structure and organization of the paper

 

  1. Topic Analysis/Review of Literature (3-5 pp.)
  1. Identification of topic
  2. Demographics, statistics, percentages
  3. Structured inequalities (risk factors) if applicable
  4. Political, historical, economic, and/or social processes that have produced diversity, equality and/or structured inequality if applicable
  5. Related stressors and health consequences
  1. Social Actions (1/2 – 1p.)
  2. Constructive individual/social action(s)
  3. Synthesis, critical analysis and application of the literature;
  4. Prevention (1/2 – 1p.)
  5. Interventions, and Treatments (1/2 – 1p.)
  6. Summary of Content and Conclusion (1 p.)
  1. Summarize the main content of paper
  2. Wrap up main themes of paper
  3. Re-reference any additional journal materials
  4. Final thoughts and looking forward
  5. Future areas of research

Professional Journal Articles:

Professional journal articles, or scholarly articles, have undergone a review process before publication. This means that the article has been reviewed by experts and typically revised prior to publication. The peer-review process helps to ensure that high quality articles are published. For this assignment, it’s recommended that you begin searching for articles using Academic Premier (one of the library’s databases) and on the search menu, check the box to limit your search to peer-reviewed articles. This database also provides full text articles. How to search using this database will be demonstrated in class. Reference librarians in the King Library are also available to help you search for references.

You MUST provide reference citations (use author, year format) for information you include in your paper, and a reference list must be included. Failing to provide reference citations is PLAGIARISM! Be sure to read the information that follows on plagiarism. It also illustrates how to include reference citations in the text of your paper, and how to cite references in your reference list. Be sure you know what plagiarism is and how to avoid it!

APA Citation Examples:

Bingham, E. G. (1982). Pocketbook for technical and professional writers. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.

Campbell, W. G., & Ballou, S. V. (1978). Form and style. Theses, reports, term papers (5th ed.). Boston:

Houghton Mifflin.

Corder, J. W., & Ruszkiewicz, J. J. (1989). Handbook of current English (8th ed.). Glenview, IL:

HarperCollins.

Gibaldi, J., & Achtert, W. S. (1988). MLA handbook for writers of research papers (3rd ed.). New York:

Modern Language Association of America.

McAuley, E., & Rudolph, D. (1995). Physical activity, aging, and psychological well-being. Journal of

Aging and Physical Activity, 3, 67-96.

Nieman, D. C., Warren, B. J., Dotson, R. G., Butterworth, D. E., & Henson, D. A. (1993). Physical activity,

psychological well-being, and mood state in elderly women. Journal of Aging and Physical

Activity, 1, 22-33.

Note: For professional journal articles, cite the following information:

Author(s), (Year of publication), Article title, Journal title, Volume number of journal, Inclusive page numbers.

For on-line professional journal articles, cite the above information, if available, AND include the date the document was retrieved and the URL. Example:

Fredrickson, B. L. (2000). Cultivating positive emotions to optimize health and well-being. Prevention &

Treatment, 3, Article 0001a. Retrieved from

http://journals.apa.org/prevention/volume3/pre003001a.html

In-text citation examples:

Anderson (1999, p. 10) stated, “there are numerous causes for youth to drop of sport including parental pressure and burn-out”.

Or

The authors of the study noted that, “there are numerous causes for youth to drop of sport including parental pressure and burn-out” (Anderson et al., 1999, p. 10).

Or

The researcher argued that peanut butter and jelly sandwiches could indeed allow one to dunk a basketball (Iverson, 2000).

Examples of types of sentences for Intro paragraph

The purpose of this paper was to explore heath situations facing LBGTQ older women in the United States. The goal of the paper was to provide an overview of this diverse communities’ health outcomes and tendencies in relation to social inequality as it impacts older women.

 

 

 

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