I am currently reading the following Ethnic and Racial Studies article from 2018:
Marino (2018): Ethnic identity and race: the “double absence” and its legacy across generations among Australians of Southern Italian origin. Operationalizing institutional positionality., Ethnic and Racial Studies, DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2018.1451649
In it Marino states the following:
Southern Italians were treated differently from Northern Italians, and considered not-yet-white-ethnic. Such ambivalence was concomitant with the legacy left by the White Australia Policy that passed in 1901 and intentionally favoured immigrants from certain European countries, mainly northern Europeans. This was in order to build a “white Australia” (Nelson et al. 2013)
Wanting to understand the claim further I looked into the Nelson et al. 2013 reference. The only 'Nelson et al.' for the year 2013 in the references was the following (DOI 10.1177/0956797612447798):
Nelson, S. K., K. Kushlev, T. English, E. W. Dunn, and S. Lyubomirsky. 2013. “In Defence of Parenthood: Children Are Associated with More Joy than Misery.” Psychological Science 24 (1): 3–10.
However that article is from Psychological Science and doesn't even mention anything about Italians or Australia.
Did Marino accidently reference the wrong article or am I doing something wrong? If the former would I now have to contact Marino somehow to get a correction?