Book Chapter Assignment 1: Read Chapter 12: Gain Compliance with the Law and and write a chapter summary (minimum 500 words), see instructions below. 100 points
A summary begins with an introductory sentence that states the text’s title, author, and main thesis or subject. A summary contains the main thesis (or main point of the text), restated in your own words.
A summary is written in your own words. It contains few or no quotes. A summary is always shorter than the original text, often about 1/3 as long as the original. It is the ultimate “fat-free” writing. An article or paper may be summarized in a few sentences or a couple of paragraphs. A book may be summarized in an article or a short paper. A very large book may be summarized in a smaller book. A summary should contain all the major points of the original text, but should ignore most of the fine details, examples, illustrations or explanations. The backbone of any summary is formed by critical information (key names, dates, places, ideas, events, words and numbers). A summary must never rely on vague generalities. A summary must contain only the ideas of the original text. Do not insert any of your own opinions, interpretations, deductions or comments into a summary.
Submit your summary assignments as a Microsoft Word attachment ONLY. Use Times New Roman, 12 points, double-spaced, and no outside sources. Avoid all Direct Quotes, Paraphrase only. An Essay format only (Introduction, Body, and Conclusion). More than 20% similarity on SafeAssign will receive Zero. Summarizing consists of two important skills: identifying the important material in the text, and
restating the text in your own words.
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