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Unformatted text preview: 104A CN18 An Analytical Report: Choosing the Right Level of Detail for an Intended Audience Administrative □ No class on Memorial Day. Today is the last class during which we discuss new material. □ Our last class will be a review of the writing practices and habits of mind I’ve introduced. Review □ Analytical Report o Executive Summary o Definitions of Terms/Introduction (AI’s beliefs or premises) o Question at issue o The Experience of Google, Yahoo! and Microsoft o Lessons Learned o Recommended Actions New for Today: The Sections in Greater Detail □ Executive Summary – self-explanatory □ Introduction o 3: “The human rights situation in China: an overview” o Definition of “human rights” o The question at issue □ The Experience of Yahoo!, Microsoft, and Google o 4: “The role of Yahoo! Microsoft, and Google o Definition of “complicit” □ Lessons Learned o The four situations, according to AI, under which a firm can be found “complicit” o The importance of acting in accordance with self-professed values □...
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course UWP 54876 taught by Professor Godre during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.
- Spring '10