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University of Phoenix Material Case Study Analysis Peer Review Form Writer’s Name Asia Guest Reviewer’s Name Luis Garcia Reviewer question: What is the author’s thesis? Based on the information provided from the case study, the author’s thesis is “Mr. Robins is trying to schedule an orientation for Recruits for ABC, Inc. The issues that are to be addressed are location, completion of applicants files, physicals, drug screenings and compiling the training manual.” A secondary sentence found in the introduction section of the report also accompanies the thesis statement to complete the paragraph and states, “The issues have been presented to him after memorial day giving him less than two weeks to come up with results. This analysis will address background information, key problems, alternatives and proposed solutions for the orientation.” Reviewer question: Is the thesis clearly stated? If not, how would you help the writer restate it? The thesis statement found was well rounded and contained a great deal of information about the background information of the case and the specific activities of the parties involved. If some changes were to be made, it would be useful to combine both the actions that have taken place and the recommendations provided by the author. A more complete thesis statement could read something like: “Mr. Robins is attempting to overcome recruiting and
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