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    Jan 30, 2013, 03:45 PM
    Homework help forensics
    What is the purpose of a case report ? (2M)
    Should case report continue to be published? Why or Why not ? (1)M
    How can students benefit from reading case reports? Be specific 2M
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    Jan 30, 2013, 03:49 PM
    What do YOU think ?
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    Jan 30, 2013, 03:50 PM
    I have to read two case reports and answer questions. Actually I did it, but the teacher assistance said all my answers are too vague? Do you give me some suggestion to avoid vagueness and how can be specific to answer the question?
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    Jan 30, 2013, 03:54 PM
    For question 1:
    1.) The purposes of a case report aim to serve as learning material to forensic specialists who need to deal with similar cases in future.

    But there is still a one point left, I also think it can be education material for students.. isnt it? :)


    For question 2: I wrote : Case reports continue to be published because the cases in forensics are unique and different from each other. Thus, the technical skills and procedures for certain cases need to be up to date for future reference in order to maximize the accuracy efficiency and reliability of analysis and information processing.
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    Jan 30, 2013, 03:54 PM
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    I have to read two case reports and answer questions. Actually I did it, but the teacher assistance said all my answers are too vague? Do you give me some suggestion to avoid vagueness and how can be specific to answer the question?
    Vagueness means it wasn't detailed enough. So, to avoid being vague, supply more info.

    An example:

    Instead of saying "I saw a dog", which is vague, you'd say "I saw a beagle, it had a black back, white paws and belly and white on the face, with brown patches everywhere. It's bark was very unique, very deep, and like a bay instead of a bark".

    See the difference?

    So provide more detail. Be specific. When you're doing your work, pretend you're talking to someone that doesn't know anything about the topic, and it's up to you to explain it to them so that they'll understand.

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