Instructions from instructor: Lecture: “You Have the Right to Remain Innocent” (Dr. James Duane, Regent University) https://youtu.be/EEUhE0NbinA Watch the online lecture and submit a review by 11/17 (Th) at 5 pm. A good review is expected to be 1200-1300 words (without counting quotes and citations). In your review, you must include (1) The main theme of the lecture (or, what is this lecture about?); (2) Important topics and arguments discussed in the lecture; (3) Two or three lessons you learned from the lecture and/or lecturer; (4) Overall impression/evaluation of the lecture. Your review must have a college-level essay structure: Title, Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. Be advised that this is a four-year college class and thus all students are assumed to be able to analyze sensitive political topics that may be challenging to some. The online lecture is: “You Have the Right to Remain Innocent” (Dr. James Duane, Regent University) To support your analysis, you must directly quote (not merely cite) at least three passages from the lecture and thoroughly analyze them. All quoted passages should also be cited, indicating the last name of the lecturer and its time in parentheses. For example: (Duane, 10:23). You do not need to make a separate “Work Cited” page. Note 1: Writing assignments must be submitted in a MS word file format. Double-space, 1 inch margin all sides, 12-point Times New Roman. Leave the word count at the end of the reviews. The violation of this format will cost you a 10-point penalty. Note 2: In writing assignments, students are strongly discouraged to use any secondary sources. Students must analyze the given documentaries and lectures from within themselves. In other words, each documentary and lecture must be analyzed from its own narrative, logic, and structure. It is called an intrinsic – or textualist – analysis. If students must use outside sources and cite them to avoid plagiarism, please limit them to the minimum. In this case, students must follow the Chicago Style for in-text citations.