Read RAT 6 Initial Topic then read the discussion response by Steven Bocchino. Type a one-page response to Steven on things you agreed with and things you might change based on his analysis. Use at least 5 sources and provide the links in your cited sources. Ensure Organization, Grammar, Vocabulary, and Spelling, and APA Format and Citation Formatting are correct. Ensure that you meet all criteria for the “excellent” rating on the rubric
Read RAT 6 Initial Topic then read the discussion response by Brett Thomas. Type a one-page response to Brett on things you agreed with and things you might change based on his analysis. Use at least 5 sources and provide the links in your cited sources. Ensure Organization, Grammar, Vocabulary, and Spelling, and APA Format and Citation Formatting are correct. Ensure that you meet all criteria for the “excellent” rating on the rubric
Read RAT 6 Initial Topic then read the discussion response by Jon Paul Green. Type a one-page response to Jon Paul on things you agreed with and things you might change based on his analysis. Use at least 5 sources and provide the links in your cited sources. Ensure Organization, Grammar, Vocabulary, and Spelling, and APA Format and Citation Formatting are correct. Ensure that you meet all criteria for the “excellent” rating on the rubric
First, select a newer scholarly journal article (no older than 2015) relevant to the course regarding the US national response to weapons of mass destruction (WMD) or the psychological impact of an WMD attack on the population. Then conduct an article review of that article. It must be related to the course or course materials. The intent is for students to do some external research away from the provided references and find an Article in the AMU/APUS Library. Students should search the library’s online databases, such as ProQuest, EbscoHost, and others, to find scholarly or peer-reviewed articles.
Additionally, the review of the journal article is an evaluation of the article’s strengths, weaknesses, and validity. It is used to inform of the article’s value through your explanation, interpretation, and analysis. As you do this, ask the major questions that are central to the review process:
1. What is the purpose of this article?
2. Why is it important to investigate or examine the subject of the article?
3. How are the authors carrying out the task? Are their methods and comments appropriate and adequate to the task?
4. What do they claim to have found out? Are the findings clearly stated?
5. How does this advance knowledge in the field?
Hint: These would make really good section titles for your paper.
Your work should consist of:
Introduction (this will have a well-defined purpose statement in your intro paragraph that provides guidance to the reader about what you are going to cover in your paper)
Body (feel free to use sub-headings if necessary)
Conclusion (this wraps up the key points of your work and brings your paper to a logical conclusion)
Your paper must be at a minimum of 5 pages (the Title and Reference pages do not count towards the minimum limit).
Scholarly and credible references should be used. A good rule of thumb is at least 2 scholarly sources per page of content.
Type in Times New Roman, 12 point and double space.
Students will follow the current APA Style as the sole citation and reference style used in written work submitted as part of coursework.
Points will be deducted for the use of Wikipedia or encyclopedic type sources. It is highly advised to utilize books, peer-reviewed journals, articles, archived documents, etc.
All submissions will be graded using the assignment rubric.
The research paper is based on the previously submitted order #376834100 for a research proposal written by writer ID #14354. The research proposal written by writer ID #14354 has been approved by my teacher and now I am requesting the completion of the research paper. The paper should be 10 – 12 pages in length excluding a cover page & references page. See specific instructions on the attached documents.
I finished chapter 1 and chapter 2 but missed a few items.
Purpose and Objectives of the Study:
List the component parts of the research question. Rarely is a problem one dimensional. This subsection should describe the specific elements of the problem being addressed by the research.
Rationale of the Study:
about one page. Develop the reasons for examining the elements described in the purpose and objectives section. Explain why those elements were selected, how they relate to the topic of the research, and how they related to each other. In other words, explain how will accomplishing the purpose and objectives answer the research question.
Abbreviations and Definition of Terms
(use as needed). List definitions for only those terms which might be unfamiliar to the reader, especially those which can be considered terms of art and operational definitions.
Limitations of the Study:
unless there are lots of them, typically one paragraph will suffice. Describe self imposed limits on the research, including those that relate to both the breadth and depth of the
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inquiry. Also include limitations that exist due to factors beyond your control. Describe the (potential) effects the particular limitations may have on your research.
average 1-1.5 pages (if needed). If the research is driven by, or relates to, a particular theoretical orientation, provide a brief overview of that orientation and how it relates to the research.
Based on the purpose and objectives, what are the expected outcomes for the research? Hypotheses are essentially predictions about the answers to the research question and its component parts. The research hypotheses are a critical element of the research project: they will guide the literature review; heavily influence the research methodology needed to obtain data that will either support or reject the hypotheses; and provide the focus for data analysis, discussion, conclusions, and recommendations.
Provide a short prose about your topic; then clearly articulate each hypothesis.
This study will test the following hypotheses:
PICK 2 HYPOTHESES, AND I WILL ADD A THIRD LATER.
I HAVE ATTACHED CHAPTERS 1 AND TWO FOR REFERENCE, PLEASE DO NOT USE THEM FOR ANYTHING OTHER THAN REFERENCE AND INSIGHT INTO THE MISSING ITEMS. THE MISSING PARTS IN CHAPTER 1 ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN THE PDF.
See attached document for specific instructions and potential supporting resource documents. Attached resource documents are for information purposes. The writer can use other resource material of their choosing.
Read RAT 6 topic attachment and then based on the instructions create a 2-page discussion post. Please use at least five outside sources to back up your analysis. Please adhere to the grading rubric and ensure you meet all of the “excellent” qualifications.
1.Plz write a presentation notes on the reflection about the article in the file.
2. professor requirement: “These reflections should not only summarize a selected reading, but also critically analyze its assertions. Students may use notes which they reflect on their chosen readings.”
3. Be careful for the citation and grammar because I need to submit the reflection notes in turn it in.
For this assignment, write an essay that addresses the prompts below.
Explain how homeland security policy has developed from 2001 to the present time.
Describe the role of Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5) and HSPD-8 in the evolution of homeland security strategies.
Compare and contrast two of the homeland security strategies discussed in Chapter 6 and Chapter 8.
Discuss how these strategies have affected counterterrorism.
Your essay must be at least two pages in length, not counting the title page or references page. You should have at least two sources on the references page. Adhere to APA Style when constructing this assignment, including in-text citations and references for all sources that are used. Please note that no abstract is needed.
Remember, websites such as Wikipedia, e-how.com, history.com, howthingswork.com, and other similar sources are not scholarly in nature and may not be used for this assignment.