By Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary
This ebook bargains another, practical and useful method of aid these in overall healthiness and social care seriously appraise what they learn and what they see within the workplace.
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The part of the word that doesn’t change – and put the * after that last letter. For example: Disab* will find you disability, disabled and disabilities. Planning your search The following key word search table (Aveyard and Sharp 2009) illustrates how you could to plan your search using truncated words, and the AND/OR facility. 1 2 3 a) Disab* or Attitud*or Student*or b) Handicap*or Belief *or Learner* or c) Or d) Or Valu* or AND e) Mindset* or or AND or Approach* Set your limits You can also specify whether you would like to search throughout the whole article for the term, or whether you are going to limit your search to the abstract or title.
You would therefore be unlikely to gain high marks in assignments or be able to give an adequate reason for your practice decisions. There is one exception to this, which is if you have a lecture from a leading authority or expert on a topic and he or she is delivering material that is as yet unpublished. Then, and only then, may you quote from this lecture in your assignment or discuss their ideas in practice without finding further supporting information. However, even then your argument will be stronger if you find related evidence to back up what you write.
Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. HOW CAN YOU PLAN AND SEARCH FOR LITERATURE USING SPECIFIC DATABASES? 22/09/2011 15:17 CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE of hits you have, you probably cannot download or access all of it and you need to make sense of what you have found. It is better not to rely on the title alone as this can be misleading. This is because the focus of the article is often unclear from the title alone. Instead read the abstract.
A beginner's guide to critical thinking and writing in health and social care by Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary