Concept Analysis Description
Introduction and Thesis Statement Introduction and Thesis Statement
1. Briefly state your Phenomenon of Interest, and introduce the selected Concept Analysis article in one paragraph.
2. Conclude the introductory paragraph with a direct thesis statement that informs the reader of your purpose, or primary objective of the paper
3. A citation and reference should be included for the Concept Analysis article.
4. Attach a copy of the selected concept analysis article.
Concept Analysis Description
1. Describe the origin of the theory or the published author’s (not yours) purpose for conducting the concept analysis.
2. Discuss the relevance of the Concept Analysis to your POI.
3. Discuss the transferability of the Concept Analysis to other phenomena of interest. The more widely the Concept Analysis can be applied, the greater its transferability.
4. Provide at least two (2) (peer-reviewed references IN ADDITION to the Concept Analysis article (excluding textbooks).
Critical Appraisal of Concept Analysis
Identify the major concepts or elements of the selected Concept Analysis article, as described by Walker and Avant (2019), and discuss the following:
1. Concept: Identify the Concept.
2. Antecedents: Describe the antecedents and how the antecedents may be used to predict outcomes related to your POI.
3. Attributes: Describe the attributes and in what way the attributes are related to your POI.
4. Consequences: Describe the consequences and the effect of the consequences on your POI.
Support this section with at least three (3) peer-reviewed or scholarly references (excluding textbooks).
Concept Map (Include as an Appendix)
Construct a Concept Map of the major elements relevant to your Phenomenon of Interest, and include it as an appendix in your paper. The Concept Map should include the following:
1. Your phenomenon of interest
2. The Concept
1. Summarize the major points of the paper in one (1) paragraph.
2. No new information or new references should be included in this section.
My Phenomenon of Interest is Social Media use and its relation to Mental Health in Adolescents.
I’ve researched a few resources already if you would like to use them.
Gwon, S. H., & Jeong, S. (2018). Concept analysis of impressionability among adolescents and young adults. Nursing Open, 5(4), 601–610. https://doi-org.libproxy.usouthal.edu/10.1002/nop2.170
Hickie, I. B., Scott, E. M., Cross, S. P., Iorfino, F., Davenport, T. A., Guastella, A. J., Naismith, S. L., Carpenter, J. S., Rohleder, C., Crouse, J. J., Hermens, D. F., Koethe, D., Markus Leweke, F., Tickell, A. M., Sawrikar, V., & Scott, J. (2019). Right care, first time: a highly personalized and measurement-based care model to manage youth mental health. The Medical Journal of Australia, 211 Suppl 9, S3–S46. https://doi-org.libproxy.usouthal.edu/10.5694/mja2.50383