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Ashleigh Jenks Ms. Frailly Hum 220 2W1 February 12, 2014 Annotated Bibliography Athanasakis, E., S.

Karavasiliadou, and I. Styliadis. "The Factors Contributing To The Risk Of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome." Hippokratia 15.2 (2011): 127-131. Academic Search Complete. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

This article describes the various factors that pertain to SIDS deaths. It describes the different risks that parents take daily that could possibly be the cause for SIDS. The main point of this article is to inform parents about the various risks they could be taking with their infants life. The way I will use this source will be to persuade my audience about the risks of SIDS and how they can educate themselves and those around them. This article is the same as others that I have found in that it gives details of what factors cause SIDS death but is the same in that it goes in to detail on how to inform those around you about SIDS.

Clark, Alena, and Charlene Auten. "Assessing Child Care Providers' SIDS Practices And Website Educational Material Use." Relational Child & Youth Care Practice 24.3 (2011): 33-39. Academic Search Complete. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

This article describes ways to prevent SIDS in a childcare setting. It goes into detail about the temperature that the room should be at, how a child should sleep and things that childcare providers should be educated on. The main point of this article is to inform the reader on what precautions a childcare center should be taking to protect infants. It will specifically help my paper by giving an overview of how to prevent SIDS and the steps that are already being done to prevent SIDS in child care centers. This article is geared towards a general audience because it is easily understood and actually a fun read. This article is the same as others that I have found in that it gives many different ways to prevent SIDS it is different in that it is geared towards an audience that works in childcare.

D'Halluin, Amlie Ryckewaert, et al. "Formative Evaluation To Improve Prevention Of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS): A Prospective Study." Acta Paediatrica 100.10 (2011): e147-e151. Academic Search Complete. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

This article discusses ways to make mothers more aware about SIDS. A questionnaire was given to 200 pregnant mothers and they were asked to answer questions about SIDS, the primary results were not very good. Three months later the mothers were given the same questionnaire and every mother passed the questionnaire. The main point of this article is to show how making parents aware of this serious problem will then make them strive to become more educated on the subject. This article will specifically help me persuade my audience to become more aware about sudden infant death syndrome. This article is geared towards a professional audience because of

the wording and the way the information is presented. This article is similar to others that I have found in that it goes into detail on the risks associated with uneducated parents this article is different in that it lays out a way to help educate parents.

Homer, Caroline, Elizabeth Armari, and Catherine Fowler. "Bed-Sharing With Infants In A Time Of SIDS Awareness." Neonatal, Paediatric & Child Health Nursing 15.2 (2012): 3-7. CINAHL with Full Text. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

This article talks about a very important issue that many parents do not follow, bed sharing. Bed sharing is one of the greatest factors that are considered when determining whether a child has died from SIDS. The main point of this article is to reiterate how dangerous it is to share the bed with a newborn. The way that this article will specifically help my presentation will be to make sure that my audience is aware of how dangerous it is to share a bed with baby. This article is geared towards both a general and a professional audience because it uses both laymans terms and gives data displayed in a professional way. This article is similar to other articles in that is discuses what SIDS is but is different in that it focuses mainly on bed sharing as a risk.

Liebrechts-Akkerman, Germaine, et al. "Postnatal Parental Smoking: An Important Risk Factor For SIDS." European Journal Of Pediatrics 170.10 (2011): 1281-1291. Consumer Health Complete - EBSCOhost. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

This article talks about a study that was conducted on infants that had died from SIDS. They looked into over 200 cases and looked at the factors that were involved in their death. Of these factors they paid close attention to how many parents of these infants smoked. Forty percent of the infants that were looked at in this study had two parents or people involved consistently in the infants life that smoked. The main point of this article is to inform the reader on how risky it is to smoke and then be around a newborn. This article will specifically help my research by providing another factor that causes SIDS. The target audience for this article is professional because of the way it is worded and how the data is presented. This article is similar to others that I have collected in that it gives a brief overview of what SIDS is but is different in that its main point is to inform about the risks of smoking around an infant.

Mitchell, Edwin A. "SIDS: Past, Present And Future." Acta Paediatrica 98.11 (2009): 1712-1719. Academic Search Complete. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

This article discuses how effective taking preventative measures and becoming educated about SIDS can cause the rate to drop. This article brings up past statistics about SIDS the present statistics and the future preventative measures that will be taught. The main point of this article is that SIDS is preventable with education. This article will specifically help me persuade my audience on how important it is to know about SIDS and to make sure to do research if they have their own children or if they are around infants. This article is geared towards a general audience because it is a easy but moving

read. This article is similar to others that I have found in that it talks about how scary SIDS is but is different in that it talks about the past, present, and future of SIDS.

Moon, Rachel, et al. "Pacifier Use And Sids: Evidence For A Consistently Reduced Risk." Maternal & Child Health Journal 16.3 (2012): 609-614. CINAHL with Full Text. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

This article describes how pacifiers can reduce the risk of SIDS by 90%. The author goes into detail about how the pacifiers can ensure the decline of SIDS and also describes what SIDS is and how it can be prevented in other ways. The main point of this article is to educate the reader on how to prevent SIDS with the use of pacifiers. The way this article will specifically help my presentation is with quantitative date about studies that have already been done and by giving qualitative data on the issue of SIDS. This article is designed for both a professional audience because of its medical terminology and for the general audience because of its tips on preventing SIDS. This article is the same as other articles that I have found in that it gives a brief introduction on SIDS but it is different in how it gives specific information on how pacifiers prevent SIDS.

Schnitzer, Patricia G., Theresa M. Covington, and Heather K. Dykstra. "Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths: Sleep Environment And Circumstances." American Journal Of Public Health 102.6 (2012): 1204-1212. Consumer Health Complete EBSCOhost. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

This academic journal discusses how over 4000 infants die from SIDS each year. It goes into detail on the factors that cause SIDS in association with the environment the infant sleeps in. The main point of this article is to inform parents and childcare professionals on the correct sleep environment for infants (a child up to the age of 12 months). This article will help me point out the correct way for an infant to sleep and teach my audience this as well. This article is geared towards a general audience because it uses easily understood terms and bulleted points. This article is similar to others that I found in that it describes the risk factors associated with the way infants sleep, it is different in that it lists the right way to put your infant to sleep.

"Sids Update." Midwives 16.5 (2013): 8. CINAHL with Full Text. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

This article is a recently published academic journal that gives all the new and up and coming research dealing with sudden infant death syndrome. Its main purpose is to inform the reader of what SIDS is and how to prevent SIDS with your own children. This article will specifically help me because it will establish a recent study within my work and therefore allow my audience to know that I have not only looked at past studies but at recent ones as well. This journal is geared towards a professional audience because it is addressed towards midwives educating their patients. This article is the same as others that I have found in that it gives general preventative measures but different in that it gives insight into the current SIDS research that is being completed.

"Sudden Infant Death Syndrome." (n.d.): Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

This article gives a brief overview of what SIDS is. Its main point is to give readers the basic knowledge of what sudden infant death syndrome is and was a great starting point to lead towards other research in my study. This article will specifically help me teach my audience the exact definition of SIDS. This article is geared towards a general audience because it is easily read and like I said before a great starting point for further research. This article is similar to others that I have found in that it talks about what SIDS is but is different in that it gives the reader a starter point for research and ideas of what to go search for next.