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Assignment 1_Gasal2008 - 813September2008 INSTRUCTIONS 1 a...

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Bakrie School of Management Business Communication 8-13 September 2008 INSTRUCTIONS: 1. The assessment criteria are: a. Substance b. Originality of work c. Presentation d. Use of illustration/examples, where appropriate 2. Independent research on the relevant topics is encouraged. 3. Special consideration would be given to students who demonstrates an in-depth analysis  of the questions. 4. Students who simply regurgitate their answers from the course textbook may risk failing  the assignment. 5. To answer the assignment, students can choose the language, either Bahasa Indonesia  or  English. The choice does not affect  the score.  6. Any similarities between individual assignments will result in a fail grade. 7. The assignment should be about 2,000 words (total). 8. Pages should be clearly numbered. 9. The format of the assignment should be as follows: a. Front cover (i.e. title page), stating the: Course name Student’s full name and NIM number Class code Name of lecturer Submission date Assignment 1/Business Communication/BSM 2008
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b. Contents page c. Main body of the assignment d. References Example: Locker, K.O. and Kaczmarek, S. K. 2007. 
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