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Assignment 2 - Library Studies 100 Assignment Two due...

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Library Studies 100 Assignment Two: due Tuesday, September 26, 2006, 8:30 a.m. (100 points) Reaction to Book For this assignment, you are finding out what others have said about the book and/or author that is under consideration. Provide the following information. 1. Identify and properly cite two signed reviews of the book. Tell me how you found each review, which finding tool did you use to locate them. (20 points) 1. Tucker W. How to Make the Rhetoric Less Heated, and the Planet Too. The Wall Street Journal 2006 Jun 8; Sect D:8 2. Lautemann E. Kicking the Carbon Habit: Global Warming and the Case for Renewable and Nuclear Energy. Library Journal 2006 May 1: p. 117 I found both of my sources by searching ProQuest for my book’s title and author and limiting the search to book reviews. 2. For each of the above reviews, quote one sentence that summarizes the reviewer’s viewpoint about your book. Use in-text citation format to identify the source of the quote.
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