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Melanoma Essay

  • Submitted by: Caden05
  • on November 23, 2012
  • Category: Psychology
  • Length: 316 words

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Appendix J

Reliable Sources Worksheet

Locate two sources in the University Library on a topic of your choice. Provide the required information for both sources.

Source 1
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Author: Schwartz, Robert A
Date: 5/2008
Title: Skin cancer Recognition & management (2nd edition)
Publication: Hoboken, NJ, USA

  * Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:
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Is the source reliable? How do you know?

I chose the topic melanoma for the reason I just had a friend that has been diagnosed with this. So I thought it wouldn’t hurt to find more information on melanoma. Yes I do believe that the sources on this topic and book that I have chosen are reliable. For the reason the author also is a dermatologist along with his wife. Also what convinced me that the information provided is reliable.   He mentioned that he is a professor of 25 years and founder head of the dermatology program at New Jersey medical school. Also has a list of resources available for the readers along with the resources listed he also has people that he has listed that he would like to give a special thanks to that has helped him through the way that has given him courage though his journey. With all the names he has provided these also give you more options for research. With all that this author has provided yes I do believe the source is reliable.

Is the information relevant to the topic?

Does the information reflect a bias on the author’s part? If so, what is the bias?

Source 2
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Author:
Date:
Title:
Publication:

  * Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:
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Is the source reliable? How do you know?

Is the information relevant to the topic?

Does the information reflect a bias on the author’s part? If so, what is the bias?

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