do research on and present a report about the media systems and media of ireland. Your report should be no longer than four pages double-spaced (NOT including the reference list), in 12-point typeface. It should have seven parts: How to start your reportPlease start your report with the following basic information about the country you studied. It should look something like the example below. Media Systems and Media of BelgiumBy Your Name Capital: BrusselsBordered by: France, Germany, Luxembourg and the NetherlandsPopulation: 10.34 million (2014) Life expectancy at birth: 78.4 yearsLanguages: Flemish (a form of Dutch, about 60 percent), French (about 40 percent), German (less than 1 percent)Literacy rate: 98 percentForm of government: constitutional monarchy, with the king and chief of state and a prime minister appointed by the king and approved by Parliament as the head of the government.Economy: In 2013, about 8 percent of the workforce was unemployed. In 2009, about 4 percent of the population lived below the poverty line. (CIA, 2014)Sources and citing information you useYour report must have at least six sources, none of which may be Wikipedia. (To be clear, Wikipedia isn’t always a bad source but it’s a bad source enough of the time that you shouldn’t rely on it as more than a place to start research.) You should use American Psychological Association (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. style, which uses in-text citations to direct readers to the sources of facts and paraphrased material (Smith, 2014) as well as direct quotations, which include a page number (Jones, 2012, pp. 25-26). In-text citations start with the last name of the author, followed by a comma and the year of publication (and, if the citation follows a direct quotation, the page numbers on which the quoted words were found, preceded by either “p.” or, for a quote that started on one page and ends on another, “pp.”) If no author is listed for the text you are referring to, use the title before the year of publication, like this: (A big idea for the cosmos, 2014).