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  1. Mar 2021

      Since this is secondary research, I wouldnt say they prevent a method because they did no experiment but there is explanation for their argument

    2. Widespread

      Introduction establishing what the article will be about

    3. 95%

      there are no graphs in the article. Most of the data shown is presented as percents/ numbers.


      long list of references at the end. secondary research


      IMRAD in some ways

    6. (Bandura & Cherry, 2020; Reis, 2020)

      data presented is typically secondary research

    7. Similarly, youthfrom Parkland, Florida, spearheaded advocacy for gun-senselegislation following school shootings by capitalizing on socialmedia (Cottle, 2018; Salamon, 2020).

      summaries used for in text citation

    8. We

      1st person pov

    9. (El Mallah, 2019;Padilla-Walker & Carlo, 2014)

      in text citations present the author, and then the year

    10. For instance, it is increas-ingly common for youth to be paid “influencers” on socialmedia, sometimes representing even charity groups (IZEA,2020).

      No direct quotes, but information from studies, followed by in text citations in parenthesis. There is also a list of sources at the end of the article

    11. Since the advent of socioecological theory, developmental psy-chologists have increasingly recognized that youth’s behaviorsare influenced by intersecting circles of individual and environ-mental factors, such as daily experiences and social interaction

      hard to understand

    12. . Then we propose the next stepsfor advancing the field’s understanding of youth’s proso-cial behavior in the digital age.

      first person here but not much use of it past the abstract

    13. Building on these studies that evaluate how online environ-ments predict in-person helping behaviors, more recent researchhas begun to measure prosocial behavior thatoccurs online.Forinstance, researchers developed a self-report scale that assesseshow often adolescents let someone know they liked somethingand cheered someone up on social media, chat rooms, andinstant messaging

      past tense used here

    14. n this article, we briefly review emerging literature on howdigital media influence

      present tense

    15. Children’s and adolescents’ capacity to engage prosocially withfamily, friends, and strangers by providing instrumental or emo-tional support has been of increasing interest in developmentalresearch.

      No qualifiers seem to be used

    16. 2018, a 22% increase from 3 years prior (Pew Research Center,2018). Moreover, 45% of adolescents are online almost con-stantly (Pew Research Center, 2018).

      old and new research


      multiple headings with sub headings below

    18. 2021

      publication date

    19. Eva H. Telzer

      Second author from UNC Chapel Hill

    20. Emma Armstrong-Carter,

      this is the first author of the article. she graduated from Stanford university


      The article is found in this scholarly journal.