Read/review the following resources for this activity:
· Textbook: Chapter 2
· Link: Creating an APA Format Annotated Bibliography
· Link: OWL Annotated Bibliography Samples
· Minimum of 6 outside resources
One of the more useful tools in conducting research is the annotated bibliography. An annotated bibliography combines the citations found in the References list at the end of documents in APA format with annotations about each of the sources. For this assignment, you will construct an annotated bibliography based upon the topic you have selected to focus on for the class.
Your annotated bibliography will consist of six sources that you have deemed relevant to your topic and/or question(s) of inquiry. While you may encounter sources that are not relevant or do not fit the scope of your project while researching, for the purposes of this assignment, you will only include the ones that you will be citing in your final paper. You may want to look at the OWL link above for examples. Also, you can use the same references as you used previously in the literature review but adapt them to the annotated bibliography.
1. Cite the source in proper APA format. The citations should be organized in alphabetical order by author just as in an APA References page.
1. Follow with a brief annotation that summarizes the source (approx. 4-5 sentences). You may quote from the source, but do not copy and paste the abstract. Ideally, all of the annotation should be in your own words.
1. In 1 or 2 sentences, explain the source’s relevance and importance to your issue.
Writing Requirements (APA format)
· 2-3 pages (approx. 300 words per page), not including title page
· 1-inch margins
· Double spaced
· 12-point Times New Roman font
· Title page with topic and name of student
Grading and Assessment
· This assignment will be graded based upon how well your citations adhere to APA citation style. Your grade will also be effected by how well you annotations are constructed and summarize the reference.
The focus of the research is to determine the needed framework in ensuring there is an efficient management of a juvenile facility. There are specific areas of management that are prioritized in the research. Among the elements include religious department in the facility, food service management, financial operations and organization structure. In ensuring the study covers all the necessary data required in developing a successful facility, there is a need to conduct the survey among several correctional facilities officials and stakeholders. The information provided in this survey is confidential and cannot be shared by any other party without consent of the participant. Participation in the survey is voluntary and you are free to provide any information as you feel comfortable in giving.
1. For how long have you worked in correctional facilities in the United States or any other jurisdiction? Have you worked specifically in a juvenile detention facility?
2. Do you think there are specific factors considered in the management of a juvenile detention facility that is unique compared to other correctional or detention facility?
3. Apart from the factors given in the previous question, do you think there is any factor to be intervened by government or other authorities in relation to the management of juvenile detention facility?
4. Do you think there is a need to establish a religious department within the juvenile detention facility? If so, what impact do you think it has on the detainees?
5. What are the main challenges faced in running a religious department within the correctional facility?
6. Do you think religious leaders in the juvenile department center is helpful in life of the offender after release?
7. What approach do you think is more viable in ensuring there is sufficient and quality food supply?
a) Establishing a catering department
b) Contracting a third party
c) Forcing the detainees to cook for themselves
d) All the above
8.What organization chart do you think is more appropriate for a juvenile detention center?
a) Hierarchical chart
b) Matrix chart
c) Flat chart
d) No need of defined organizational structure
9. Which of the following would be more effective in ensuring the religious department runs smoothly?
a) Appointment a religious chaplain to head the department and coordinate religious activities within the facility.
b) Integrating the religious department as part of the prison led by the detention facility administrator.
c) Denying the detainees, the freedom to associate for religious purposes.
d) Hiring an external religious leader to provide services when necessary
10. What maximum capacity do you think a single detention facility should have?
a) Up to 500 people
b) Up to 1000 people
c) Up to 1500 people
d) The capacity is dependent on the size of the facility and the resources at disposal
TIFFIN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD
APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO USE HUMAN RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS
Please type all information. HANDWRITTEN FORMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Move through the document using TAB or Mouse. Do not use the enter Key. To mark a box, click with the mouse.
PART I: Please answer the following by checking the correct response:
Will participants be identifiable to anyone other than the researchers through records, responses or identifiers linked to the participants?
Could participants be at risk of criminal or civil liability, damage to employability or to financial standing, or undue embarrassment, if responses became known outside this research project?
Does research deal with sensitive aspects of participants’ behavior, such as illegal conduct, drug use, sexual behavior, or use of alcohol?
Does research involve the collection or study of existing data from sources not publicly available? (existing data can be documents, records, pathological specimens or diagnostic specimens)
Will participants be videotaped, audio taped or photographed?
Are participants free to withdraw at any time without penalty?
Is there deception of participants? (If so, answer questions #23-33 on page 5.)
Does research deal with participants who are children under eighteen years? (If so, answer question #18 on page 4).
Will identifiable medical information be collected?
Does research deal with participants who are:
Yes No___ not-legally-competent adults
Yes No ___ mentally disabled
Yes No___ physically challenged
Yes No___ pregnant women
Yes No___ prisoners
11. Does the project involve:
Yes No___ administering drugs
Yes No___ administering alcohol
Yes No___ administering nutritional supplements
Yes No___ drawing blood
Yes No___ taking tissue samples
Yes No___ giving injections
(If yes, answer question #16 on page 6).
PART II: Summarize proposed project including goals of present project, purpose of present study, and procedures to which humans will be subjected. (DO NOT WRITE “SEE ATTACHED”)
In this section include the back ground information about your study so it can be easily understood by a lay person.
Definition of Problem
Here you will discuss what you are trying to find out about by doing this research. Why is this study important?
Finally, describe in detail what it is you will be doing in this study.
Please answer all of the following items. Spaces will expand to accommodate your descriptions.
Briefly describe the characteristics of your population(s) and your participant selection procedures. Describe the size of your sample, the ethnic background, sex, age, state of health and the criteria for inclusion or exclusion of participants. (Include rationale for use of special classes of participants such as pregnant women, children, institutionalized mentally disabled, prisoners, or those whose ability to give voluntary informed consent may be in question.) If your population is all one gender or ethnic group, please explain.
Who makes the initial contact with the participants? (If you want to use patients/clients of another professional, the initial contact must be made by the other professional, to protect patient confidentiality).
Identify any risks (here and in the consent form) — physical, psychological, and/or social — to which your participants may be exposed as a result of participation in your project (beyond the risks normally encountered in everyday life).
What safeguards will you use to protect the participants from these risks, as well as to protect their rights, welfare and privacy? (Never answer “NA”.)
Participants will be informed of the risks through:
consent form (include copy)
verbal (include script)
assent (for children 12 years of age and under) and consent from the childrens’ parents/guardians.
Describe any form of compensation to participants. (i.e., money, grade, extra credit, etc.)
Were alternative procedures considered?
Yes No Explain:
Describe the qualifications of the person administering drugs, alcohol, or nutritional supplements, or drawing blood, taking tissue samples or giving injections. (Note: 1) persons doing venipuncture must provide a copy of their certification to draw blood and proof they completed a blood-borne pathogens training course. 2) Indwelling venous catheters and lines can only be done by licensed/registered/certified medical personnel such as physicians, RNs, and EMTs. Proof of certification is required. 3) Arterial blood sampling can only be carried out in an appropriate medical facility such as a hospital or clinic. The procedure can only be carried out by qualified personnel under the direct supervision of a licensed physician.)
Describe the benefits expected to be gained from this project. (This should include any direct benefits to the participants as well as any general gain in knowledge.)
If you will be using children under 18, explain in detail how you will obtain parental consent and assent (for children under 12; see page 8) or consent (for children 12 to 18). If assent/consent will be obtained orally, supply a script of what you will say and how you will give the children the opportunity to say “yes” or “no”.
What do you intend to do with the data collected? (i.e., publish data, present paper, erase tapes, etc.)
If the participants’ personal files (school, medical, etc.) will be read, where are the files kept (name the place, e.g. doctor’s office, hospital, clinic, etc.) and who will gather the information?
Has permission been obtained to gather this information? (Attach documentation)
Do the participants (and/or their parents or guardians) know that these files will be read? If no, explain.
Will test results be disseminated to the participants (and/or their parents or guardians)?
If so, explain the qualifications of the person(s) interpreting the results.
Does the proposed study involve deception?
Yes If yes, fill out deception page.
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