Business Communication Today by Bovee and Thill
Business Communication Today, 12e (Bovee/Thill) Chapter 13 Finding, Evaluating, and Processing Information 1) At the beginning of a research project, you need to A) develop a formal outline that you plan to stick to throughout your researching and writing. B) familiarize yourself with the subject. C) just jump in by finding resources on the Internet and taking notes from them. D) develop the conclusion you want to reach and start looking for evidence that supports that conclusion. Answer: Explanation: B) As you begin a research project, the most important thing to do is to familiarize yourself with the subject. Read general, rather than specialized sources to get a broad, non- detailed view of the subject and identify critical gaps in your knowledge. Diff: 2 Skill: Concept Objective: AACSB: Communication Abilities Learning Outcome: Find and evaluate data to support business messages 2) A problem statement A) outlines all the potential drawbacks of your research. B) defines the purpose of your research. C) is an unsupportable claim or assertion. D) should be long and complex. B) A problem statement expresses the main idea that your research is pursuing. You may find it convenient to express your problem statement as a question, such as, "How likely is it that nuclear fusion will be an important energy source in the future?"
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