17.4 Activity 12.1 - 3. Most students concern about...

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Task #1 Table Table 1: REACTIONS FROM SOUTH BAY COLLEGE TO FOUR PROPOSED SOLUTIONS TO COLLEGE BOOKSTORE PLASTIC BAGS PROBLEM Fall, 2011 N = 560 Students Agree No Opinion Disagree Provide no bags; encourage students to bring their own bags 73.9% 4.5% 21.6% Provide no bags; offer cloth bags at a reduced price (about $3) 61.8 3.6 34.6 Continue to provide plastic bags 23.6 3 73.4 Give a cloth bag with each major purchase, the cost to be included in registration fees 11.4 2.7 85.9 Source: Primary Task #2 Lead-in sentence Out of four proposed solutions, students prefer bring their own bags, as shown in Table 1. Task #3 Numeric designation, title, and source notation numeric designation (table or figure number): Table 1 title: REACTIONS FROM SOUTH BAY COLLEGE TO FOUR PROPOSED SOLUTIONS TO COLLEGE BOOKSTORE PLASTIC BAGS PROBLEM source notation: Primary Page 1
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Task #4 Conclusions 1. Students prefer to bring their own bags to protect the environment. 2. Students don’t want the college to add the bag fee cost on their registration fees.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Most students concern about environment problems. Task #5 Recommendations 1. South Bay College should open an event educate the students about the important of keeping the environment clean. 2. An event should mention the students to bring their own bags to protect the environment. 3. College bookstore should not provide any bags, and offer cloth bags at a reduced price. Task #6 In-text citation (article retrieved from an electronic database; author unidentified) (Bags, 2011, para. 7) Task #7 Reference page citation (article retrieved from an electronic database; author unidentified) Bags at the College Bookstore: A Comprehensive Study. (2011, June). Journal of Collegiate Bookstores, 64(2) , 65-76. Retrieve from http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=2133183211&sid=1&F mt=2&clientId=100&RQT=309&VName=PQD Page 2...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course MGMT 3315 taught by Professor Myers during the Fall '11 term at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi.

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17.4 Activity 12.1 - 3. Most students concern about...

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