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    Article Analysis Instructions

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    Article Analysis Instruction
    Each student will select an article, SEPARATE FROM COURSE READINGS, and submit a comprehensive article analysis. The article should relate to the topics discussed during the current week and must be a new article that the student has researched. The student will summarize the issue as it relates to course areas discussed or read about. EACH ARTICLE MUST HAVE TWO SUPPORT SOURCES IN ADDITION TO THE ARTICLE ANALYSIS. COURSE READINGS MAY BE USED AS SUPPORT.
    The article analysis format will be:
    1. A 1 - 2 page paper (not including the reference and title page)
    2. Double Spaced
    3. Formatted in APA style (All course assignments will be in APA style)
    4. Papers will not include an abstract
    The grading criteria for the paper will be:
    1. Over of the Topic 5 pts
    2. Relationship to course topics, reading, discussions, etc 5 pts
    3. Analysis of article 5 pts
    4. Structure and Flow (Introduction, Conclusion, clear outline followed) 3 pts
    5. APA Formatting 2 pts
    Article Analysis Total 20 pts

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    Don't Judge a Book by Its Cover
    Whenever a person meets another person, the first impression is always the most important one and the most lasting one. People can sometimes get the wrong impression the first time meeting someone. On the other hand, people who are attractive can be mistaken for intelligent, able, considerate, and nice. Inanimate objects are also the same scenario. You can look for a book and if the cover is attractive, it will catch your attention. Will you purchase it on the pretense of the colorfulness of the cover, maybe not, but if the author is doing his best to attract the consumer to the item - it will have several features that are amenable.
    The saying lends itself to the meaning of not letting the outside influence your decision-making until you see what's inside. You can pick up a book and it may look great from the cover, but open it and the print it too ...

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