Instruction: Article: Provided in the folder Screen Use and Mental Health Symptoms in Canadian Children and Youth During the COVID-19 Pandemic by Xuedi Li, et al. What to do? write a paper pertaining to child and youth studies. The main objec

 Instruction: Article: Provided in the folder Screen Use and Mental Health Symptoms in Canadian Children and Youth During the COVID-19 Pandemic by Xuedi Li, et al. What to do? write a paper pertaining to child and youth studies. The main objective of this assignment is to allow you to think critically and creatively about an issue/debate pertaining to child and youth studies. you are required to write approx. 6–7-page paper, double-spaced, excluding the title and reference pages. PART ONE: (about 5/6 pages double spaced) -Describe the study by Xuedi Li, et al.: What is the study about? What was the goal? How were participants recruited, which method(s) were used? what was the finding(s)? etc. -Apply to course content and critique it: Notice any assumptions about children and youth? Any discourses? Any theories? Children’s voice? Notice any methods exploring children and youth? What tools were used? Ethics? Legalities and rights? Any limitations, in which areas? -In criticizing the article, pay close attention to the discourses, assumptions of researchers, and theories they relied on. Also ask yourselves, ‘why does context matter?’, especially with respect to “health of children and youth during the COVID-19 pandemic” Pay attention to the health of WHICH kids., where, when… -This section will be marked out of 20 (10 to describe study and 10 for critiquing and applying course content to it) PART TWO: (about one page, single spaced if you wish, or two pages double spaced) -Write an editorial to a Pediatrics/parenting magazine: Ensuring to draw on information from the article by Xuedi Li, et al., write a column about the main message for parents and pediatricians that must be learned. The “so what” what is the main message of this article. Can suggest certain strategies or “interventions to promote healthful screen use and mental health in children and youth” or what it means for education using online tools? Or what parents/pediatricians should do? Remember: the main message is the “so what?” (in other words, why should they care and invest in reading this blog/article- what is it that you are showing them?). -Example of product: Blog in Pediatrics journal or in “parents” blog. https://publications.aap.org/journal-blogs/blog/26333/Keep-Cannabis-Ingestions-in-Mind-When-Young https://publications.aap.org/aapnews/news/26436 https://www.parents.com/newborn-hiccups-what-to-do-8351124 -Please use pictures, backgrounds, different font sizes, colours, whatever you wish to enhance what your “creative output” will look like. Think of this product as a blog, an “article” for parents, or an informational piece. Have fun with it! Please note that paraphrasing is a preferred method for reporting. Please DO NOT use any direct quotes from the article because it won’t show us YOUR understanding of it. Please cite in APA, version 7. Please also pay attention to the page limit. Article: Screen Use and Mental Health Symptoms in Canadian Children and Youth During the COVID-19 Pandemic Xuedi Li, MSc; Leigh M. Vanderloo, PhD; Charles D. G. Keown-Stoneman, PhD; Katherine Tombeau Cost, PhD; Alice Charach, MD, MSc; Jonathon L. Maguire, MD, MSc; Suneeta Monga, MD; Jennifer Crosbie, PhD; Christie Burton, PhD; Evdokia Anagnostou, MD; Stelios Georgiades, PhD; Rob Nicolson, MD; Elizabeth Kelley, PhD; Muhammad Ayub, MD; Daphne J. Korczak, MD, MSc; Catherine S. Birken, MD, MSc JAMA Network Open. 2021;4(12):e2140875. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.40875 Skip statistical analysis section. P. 4 Article about association of screen use and mental health in youth in Ontario, Canada. What to do? -Describe the study. -Apply to course content: Notice any assumptions about children and youth? Notice any methods exploring children and youth? -Write an editorial to Pediatrics/parenting magazine: write a column there about the main message for parents and pediatricians that must be learned. The “so what” what is the main message of this article. Can suggest certain strategies or “interventions to promote healthful screen use and mental health in children and youth” POST PANDEMIC. Example of product: Blog in Periatrics journal https://publications.aap.org/journal-blogs/blog/26333/Keep-Cannabis-Ingestions-in-Mind-When-Young