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Chapter 5: Using Evidence Effectively

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Tiara Van Ordt

on 23 March 2015

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Chapter 5: Using Evidence Effectively
ufficiency: Is there evidence?
ypicality: Is the chosen evidence representative and typical?
ccuracy: Is the evidence accurate and up to date?
elevance: Is the evidence relevant to the claim?

Gathering Evidence
Sources of evidence:
personal experiences
observational studies
surveys or questionaires
internet search engine
statistical research (U.S. Census Bureau)

What does the T in STAR stand for?
T/F : Data from personal experience can be used as evidence.
Kinds of Evidence:
Data from personal experience
Data from observation or field research
Data from interviews, questionaires, and surveys
Data from library or internet research
Statistical data
Hypothetical examples, cases, and scenarios
Reasoned sequence of ideas
STAR Criteria
Are interviews considered a type of evidence?
List 3 kinds of data evidence
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