Down below I have an assignment that we have to do, it requires reading the chap

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Down below I have an assignment that we have to do, it requires reading the chapter one and putting down what we got and understood in the research log. I will have the research log questions below and as well as the source itself. It is one chapter.
The questions are:
3. Identify the three most important parts of the text. Use direct quotations and cite the source.
Those parts might include certain arguments or claims that the author makes.
They might include examples or illustrations that the author employs.
They might be key parts of the argument, or you simply may have enjoyed or barely endured those parts.
In identifying those three important parts, you may opt to summarize them, but do so with enough detail that someone who has not read the text will understand what you reference.
After you have identified your three important parts, briefly explain why you selected those parts.
2. Identify two problematic parts of the text. Use direct quotations and cite the source.
They might be parts that you did not understand.
They may be parts that you disagree with, that you felt did not belong, or that you thought interfered with the author’s purpose.
Briefly explain your choices.
1. Pose one question for the author. That question should move to extend his or her examination of the topic and delve beneath surface-level commentary. Rather than question a problematic section that you have identified, as in question two, ask a question that engenders discussion. Such a question might begin with, “When you said [X], did you want your readers to [Y]?” or “What was the purpose of discussing [Z]?” One effective strategy for analyzing your sources is to pose possible answers to your questions in your own writing.
0. Find the memorable moment in the text. What one sentence or two is so well written, well stated, or striking that it left an impression upon you? Remember to introduce and cite the quote.
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