1. Author, Title, Publisher, and Year Published in proper citation form. 5 pts

Getting Together
Paper instructions:
The written summary will include:

1. Author, Title, Publisher, and Year Published in proper citation form. 5 pts
2. An abstract of the book in two hundred words or less – in your own words – not a reviewer on the net! 5 pts 3. A minimum of a one page summary per chapter. 25 pts
4. What was the author’s central theme? 5 pts
5. What three propositions, arguments, or theories that the author suggests do you agree with? Why do you agree?
Explain in detail and provide support for your position. An answer like “That’s the way everything is going,”
will earn little credit. Find statistics, news articles, studies or other information that support the proposition. 25
pts
6. What three propositions, arguments, or theories that the author suggests do you disagree with? Why do you
disagree? Explain in detail and provide support. An answer like “That’s not the way everything is going,” will
earn little credit. Find statistics, news articles, studies or other information that dispute the proposition. 25 pts
7. Would you recommend this book to the rest of us? Why or why not? Explain its value or weakness. 5 pts
8. Five questions that can be answered from the information you will provide via your class presentation. The
questions may be T/F, multiple choice, fill in the blank or ordering. These may be used in the exam covering the
Future Books. Thus, include your answer key with the written summary, but not in your multi-media
presentation. 5 pts


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