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Research Problem and Hypothesis (worth 10%)

In this assignment, we will continue to build upon the foundations laid by the readings and coursework up to this point. Using the Hunt Library (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., find a minimum of five (5) "Scholarly-Peer Reviewed" articles central to a topic of your choice. These should be different than any articles you have used in previous modules/assignments. Write an annotated bibliography for these articles according to the guidance in activity 2.6. Be sure to include an APA formatted reference citation for each article.

Based upon your findings on your topic, write section 1 of a research proposal (as outlined in Chapter 5 of the book) to include the research problem and hypothesis (and applicable guiding research questions). The section 1 text should be included in the same document file as the annotated bibliography.

Ideally this is a topic that you may wish to use in other modules or throughout the course, but this is not required.

Use standard file type (.doc or .docx). Save your assignment using a naming convention that includes your first and last name and the activity number (or description). Do not add punctuation or special characters.

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TutorMichelle
School: University of Virginia

Hey, here is the paper. In case of anything just alert me. Regards

Running head: TEEN SMOKING

Teen Smoking
Student’s Name
Institution Affiliation

TEEN SMOKING

2

The objective of this study is to determine the cause, frequency and effects of smoking
among teenagers. The information that will be collected from this study will help fight the
problem of smoking among teens. Also, it will help teens develop self-esteem and increase
awareness of self. Teens can be educated on the detrimental impacts of smoking from this article.
The reference materials are selected from recent articles on teen smoking globally.
MC Buthelezi, & M Reddi. (2014). The Framework Convention on Tobacco among the Teen.
(Journal for Juridical Science; Vol 28, No 2 (2014); 175-198.) SunMeDIA Bloemfontein.
The authors of this article go over detail regarding how teens are getting addicted to
cigarettes, the physical changes that a teen would experience if they decide to start smoking, and
the health problems teens may experience if they stay around a lot of second-hand smoke. The
journal also goes over the reality concerning how some cigarette advertisements target teenagers,
as well as, the corporate view the magnificent tobacco companies have on cigarette smoking ...

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