Exercise in referencing: What is missing?



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Exercise in referencing: What is missing?

This exercise consists of that students examine a number of references to decide if they contain all the necessary information required.


It is an advantage if the students have done NoPlagiat: self-study tutorial for avoiding Plagiarism and Copyright Issues, but the exercise can of course be modified as needed. Examples of references are, as in NoPlagiat, displayed according to the Harvard reference style based on the instructions from the Guide to the Harvard system created at the University of Borås. Minor adaptions to the English language has been taken from the Harvard system guide created at the Swinburne University of Technology.

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Exercise: What is missing?
- Creating correct references

Working in groups of at least two and two with the references and answer the following questions. For support use the references in Harvard from NoPlagiat: self-study tutorial.




  1. Try to find the references, use appropriate search tools.

  2. What kind of material is it? Book, journal article, chapter in book, web page, or report?

  3. Are the references correctly written? If not, what information is missing?

  4. Add the missing information and create a reference list in alphabetic order.

References


Chase, W.G. & Simon, H.A (1973). Perception in chess. Cognitive Psychology

Committee on Quality of Health Care in America (2001). Crossing the quality chasm




(2012). Looking the Other Way: A Study Guide to Female Victims of Violence with Disabilities


Kvale, S. (2015). InterViews : learning the craft of qualitative research interviewing


https://www.ted.com/talks/thomas_suarez_a_12_year_old_app_developer

Kiper, J., & Ames, C. (1996). C Programming



Correct answers

Chase, W.G. & Simon, H.A (1973). Perception in chess. Cognitive Psychology, 4(1), ss. 55–81

Institute of Medicine (U.S.): Committee on Quality of Health Care in America (2001). Crossing the quality chasm: a new health system for the 21st

century. Washington, DC: National Academies Press. https://login.e.bibl.liu.se/login?url=http://site.ebrary.com/lib/linkoping/detail.action?docID=10032412

Kiper, J., & Ames, C. (1996). C Programming. In Ross, P. (eds) The handbook of software for engineers and scientists, New York: CRC Press, pp. 219–254.

Kvale, S. (2015). InterViews : learning the craft of qualitative research interviewing, 3rd edn, Los Angeles: Sage Publications.

Socialstyrelsen (2012). Looking the Other Way: A Study Guide to Female Victims of Violence with Disabilities (Publication: 2012-2-13). Stockholm: Socialstyrelsen. http://www.socialstyrelsen.se/Lists/Artikelkatalog/Attachments/18602/2012-2-13.pdf



Suarez, T. (2011). A 12-year-old app developer. [video]. https://www.ted.com/talks/thomas_suarez_a_12_year_old_app_developer [2015-07-14]

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