2 childhood obesity in the us 2 a literature review of the childhood epidemic in the united states the world health organization (who) considers childhood obesity to be one of the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century. Obesity is a condition marked by excess accumulation of body fat genetic factors play a key role in obesity, but so do behavioral factors — especially obesity can lead to diabetes, heart disease, sleep apnea and other problems in fact, some researchers believe that obesity is second only to. This review was mainly focussing on the use of two articles obesity in childhood and prevention of childhood obesity which between then cover all the issues surrounding childhood obesity where there is further supporting or refuting evidence i have added this the literature included here is by no.
A literature review outline is easy to write when you know professional secrets read these amazing recommendations on creating a literature review to outline literature review papers correctly, first try drawing a concept map for your literary review outline create a graphic map with all the concepts. Reports of an obesity epidemic appear with increasing frequency and rising concern in australia particular attention is given to reports of the accelerating this e-brief provides links to sources and an overview of the current state of obesity and overweight in australia information on how overweight. Australian literary studies is a fully refereed journal of australian and international literary scholarship and criticism view latest articles. Lipotoxic heart disease in obese rats: implications for human obesity.
Childhood obesity is a major concern for parents, teachers, and the medical community with differing philosophies and theories on causes and prevention extra weight leads to obesity and particularly for a young child or adolescent can create serious medical conditions continuing into adulthood. The aim of obesity research & clinical practice (orcp) is to publish high quality clinical and basic research relating to the epidemiology studies relating to the asia oceania region are particularly welcome, given the increasing burden of obesity in asia pacific, compounded by specific regional. Child obesity in australia we can deliver a superb text on any topic for you in conclusion as one of the developed countries of the world australia has similar problems as other developed countries of high child obesity resulting form unhealthy foods, lack of exercise affecting a. The committee reviewed and considered a broad array of information in its work on issues potentially involved in the prevention of obesity and overweight in children and youth institute of medicine (us) committee on prevention of obesity in children and youth koplan jp, liverman ct, kraak vi, editors.
Australian literature began soon after the settlement of the country by europeans common themes include indigenous and settler identity, alienation, exile and relationship to it was the first australian novel printed and published in mainland australia and the first australian novel written by a woman. Based on a review of the literature, one thing learned was that the incidence of obesity from 1980 to 1999 has doubled in the united states (ogden, carroll & flegal, 2002 cited in - childhood obesity is becoming more prevalent in the western world as statistics show that in australia, one quarter of. A literature review can be a thesis on its own many professors ask students to write literature reviews on a specific subject, which is why it is important to have a clear overview on this aspect so first and foremost, ask your instructor if you should conduct your own research or just evaluate other. Australia as a plural state makes concessions to minorities with different religions, cultures and traditions, under the policy of multiculturalism laksiri jayasuriya(2007) in her article ' the political foundations of australia's pluralist society' examines the principles of equal citizenship and a.
The literature review will help you compare and contrast what you are doing in the historical context of the research as well as how your research is different or original from what others have done, helping you rationalize why you need to do this particular research (see reference 2) perhaps you are using. Method: australian newsprint media coverage and academic literature on childhood obesity during the first three months of 2009 was analysed using bacchi's method of problem representation results: the two types of literature examined offered two dominant paradigms for childhood obesity. C literature review the committee reviewed and considered a broad array of information in its work on issues potentially involved in the prevention of obesity and suggested citation:appendix c: literature review institute of medicine 2005 preventing childhood obesity: health in the balance.
Non-systematic literature reviews of animal models used to study human obesity tend to focus on their use for investigating the biomechanisms of obesity studies on the effects of different diets on obesity in rats and mice tend to more commonly support low-fat rather than low-carb conclusions30. Literature review since obesity has become widely known as an epidemic, numerous studies have been conducted on the purpose of assessing the economic impacts of obesity a study by ross a hamond and ruth levine in 2010 in united states alone found out the different dimensions within the. According to 2007 statistics from the world health organization (who), australia has the third-highest prevalence of overweight adults in the english-speaking worldobesity in australia is an epidemic with increasing frequency.
Obesity research papers can have statistical analysis on the rate of obesity in america or it can focus on the affects of obesity on the national health persons are then classified as overweight and obese if they place in the 85th or 95th percentile, based on the national health and nutrition. Literature reviews are often written in the humanities and sciences, to aggregate lab research or academic theory what parts make up a literature review below, we'll discuss the different elements that you should include in your paper, and after that, how you should best organize it to suit.
Healthdirect australia is a free service where you can talk to a nurse or doctor who can help you know what to do an estimated 28% of children and adolescents in australia are overweight or obese in certain groups such aboriginal and torres strait islander peoples, the number of children with obesity. Literature review obesity is regarded as a significant public health issue, which has raised a concern globally the who claims that, obesity has it is argued that data on obesity related to kingdom of saudi arabia (ksa) is non-existent, which restrained evaluation of government efforts in controlling. Australian literature: australian literature, the body of literatures, both oral and written, produced in australia perhaps more so than in other countries, the literature of australia characteristically expresses collective values even when the literature deals with the experiences of an individual. Literature reviews are ubiquitous in academic journals, scholarly reports, and social work education students taking social work courses throughout the curriculum, including human behavior and the social environment, practice, policy, and research classes, are frequently asked to write literature.