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Tutor profile: Cara W.

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Cara W.
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Subject: Library and Information Science

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What are the 5 steps in a successful reference interview?

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1. Approachability- does it seem ok to ask you a question? 2. Interest- making eye contact, focus on the patron 3. Listening/Inquiring- ask follow up/clarifying questions 4. Searching- look for the requested information while letting the patron know what you are doing 5. Follow Up- make sure you answered their question and offer other sources

Subject: Psychology

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What is suicidal ideation?

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Suicidal ideation is the serious consideration of committing suicide versus fleeting thoughts about suicide and death that many people experience. Lewinsohn, P.M., Rhode, P. & Seeley, J.R. (1996). Adoelecsent suicidal ideation and attempts. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 3, 25-46.

Subject: Criminal Justice

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What is the broken windows theory?

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The broken window theory states that the presence of a broken window, graffiti, or other signs of criminal activity or neglect creates an environment conducive to more serious crimes. Jefferson, B. J. (2016). Broken Windows Policing and Constructions of Space and Crime: Flatbush, Brooklyn. Antipode, 48(5), 1270–1291.

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