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Accounting 101 Paper on Sarbanes-Oxley Act [SOX]
Our Accounting 101 Paper on Sarbanes-Oxley Act [SOX] is due in a week. The length should NOT EXCEED one  page, single-spaced. My guidelines [in addition to the Instructor’s Check-list in the Course Activity Schedule, footnote #6] follow.
1. You’d want to READ to Ch 1, where you should find the author’s introduction of the Act [SOX]. When you find a specific discussion of the author INTERSTING TO YOU, this becomes YOUR OWN SPECIFIC research question, as long as this topic is both within your reach and within your time budget. My suggested time budget for this paper is about one hour perhaps, not exceeding two  hours.
2. Open your word processing program, write the paper’s TOPIC [in CAPs and BOLD], and then begin the introductory paragraph that first states your research question. [Single-spacing only is allowed, with #12 font size in MS Words.] For example, Braun (p. xx) says, “SOX impacted . . . .” I’d like to evaluate this statement of hers. I question: Did it impact . . . ?
3. As you quickly complete your concise, introductory paragraph, you immediately begin writing your MAIN SECTION of the paper in a number of paragraphs and many sentences. You’d want to write any data collection that you performed, citing your sources, the analysis and evaluation that you have performed in active voice, and your conclusion.
4. Your last paragraph should be a concise “restatement” of your research question, your analysis, evaluations, findings and conclusion.
5. Then, the last section “References” [as the title of this sub-heading] follows. The format of references must follow the editorial policy of The Accounting Review. [My Writing A Paper Tutorial highlights a few key points of the editorial policy.]