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GUIDELINE FOR HOW TO WRITE BOOK REVIEW You choose a book as below about media and write this paper. Please tell me which book you choose before you start work on !! Do not plagarism!!!! You JUST allow use 1 reference. But you can use same meaning, just change you words to write about that. Topic of the book : media effects or impact on society, groups, institutions or individuals. While that may not be the main point of the book, it should involve a significant portion of the content. The body of the paper should include o brief description of the thesis, contents, key concepts o your evaluation of the book -- did you like it? Why? Why not? o assessment of it's applicability to the course? What did you learn that compliments or supplements what we have studies/or will study in the course? o recommendation: Would you recommend this book to other students in the course? Why? Why not? o Should the contents of this book be added to lecture materials or assigned reading? Why? Why not? Length: Three to five pages typed. (10 Arial or 12 pt. Times New Roman or equivalent) Title/ID: I need the following information at the top of the paper o Author o Date of Publication o Title o Publisher
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o ISBN# Good writing style is expected including o spelling, syntax, grammar o beginning, middle, end o logical flow of information and other content o YourLastName,FirstName,Course--Assignment-Semester-Yea r (Example: Smith,John314BookRev-F10.rtf ) CHOOSE ONE BOOK TO WRITE BOOK REVIEW These are some classic titles for extra-credit book reviews. The books are selected to supplement your understanding of course materials. here is a list there for each course. Anderson, James A., and Timothy P. Meyer. Mediated Communication: A Social Perspective . Sage Publications (Newbury Park, 1988). Especially recommended, but out of print. A copy will be placed at the reserve desk in Collier Library.
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