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Summarize the material so that the reader gets a general sense of all key aspects of the original work.

Reaction paper guidelines
You are reviewing the following book: Steve Bogira (2005). Courtroom 302: A Year Behind the Scenes in an American Criminal Courthouse, Knopf; 1st edition.
Reaction paper content:
PART 1: A SUMMARY OF THE WORK (between 4-5 pages long)
To develop the first part of a report, do the following:
Identify the author and title of the work and include in parentheses the publisher and publication date.
Write an informative summary of the material for most chapters your read
Condense the content of the work by highlighting its main points and key supporting points.
Use direct quotations from the work to illustrate important ideas.
Summarize the material so that the reader gets a general sense of all key aspects of the original work.
Do not discuss in great detail any single aspect of the work, and do not neglect to mention other equally important points.
Also, keep the summary objective and factual. Do not include in the first part of the paper your personal reaction to the work; your subjective impression will form the basis of the second part of your paper.

Please make sure this is both your professional and personal reaction to the book
How is the assigned work related to ideas and concerns discussed in the course for which you are preparing the paper? For example, what points made in the course reading materials and class discussions are connected to the ideas in the book?
How is the work related to problems in our present-day world?
How is the material related to your life, experiences, feelings and ideas? For instance, what emotions did the work arouse in you?
Did the work increase your understanding of a particular issue? Did it change your perspective in any way?
Evaluate the merit of the work: the importance of its points, its accuracy, completeness, organization, and so on.
You should also indicate here whether or not you would recommend the work to others, and why.
Who is preferred audience for this book?