CAN YOU DO THIS FOR ME………DUE 10/11/2020

ATTACHED IS THE BIBLIOGRAPHY AND THE OUTLINE THAT WAS ALREADY COMPLETED. PAPER MUST BE WRITTEN OFF OF THOSE………SEE ATTACHMENTS PLEASE.. PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS ON PAPER BELOW AND ATTACHED

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The Research Paper must be approximately 6–8 pages of text, not including the title page and bibliography page, and be in current APA format. You will choose the topic you write on, but your topic must be directly related to the study of terrorism.
 
Your paper must be written in 12-point, Times New Roman font with 1” margins. It must include a title page with the paper title, student name, course name, and instructor name. Include page numbers in accordance with current APA guidelines. You must use a minimum of 5 sources from both online and printed source material. Save the paper as 
“lastnamefirstinitial.doc” (E.g. doej.doc). You must use Microsoft Word. (Neither MS Works nor WordPerfect are acceptable.)
  
Research Paper Instructions
The Research Paper must be approximately 6–8 pages of text, not including the title page and bibliography page, and be in current APA format. You will choose the topic you write on, but your topic must be directly related to the study of terrorism.
 
Your paper must be written in 12-point, Times New Roman font with 1” margins. It must include a title page with the paper title, student name, course name, and instructor name. Include page numbers in accordance with current APA guidelines. You must use a minimum of 5 sources from both online and printed source material. Save the paper as 
“lastnamefirstinitial.doc” (E.g. doej.doc). You must use Microsoft Word. (Neither MS Works nor WordPerfect are acceptable.)

 
Your paper must make a point. Do not merely report facts. Take what is, analyze it, interpret it in light of a personal Christian worldview, discuss options, and discuss things you think should change. Support your ideas, give alternatives to current practice and support them, and integrate material from textbook readings or lectures. If you are of a different major taking this as an elective, integrate your field into this project.
 
Proper spelling, grammar, and sentence structure are expected. Short, choppy sentences are NOT acceptable. This is a college course, and deductions will be made accordingly. You must not use personal pronouns (I, me, we, us, our, etc.), and the standards of academic writing must be applied. Have someone else proofread your paper before turning it in to ensure what you are saying makes sense. 
The Research Paper will be completed in 3 parts—the Bibliography, the Outline, and the Final Submission. 
Submit the Research Paper – Bibliography by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 3.
Submit the Research Paper – Outline by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 5.
Submit the Research Paper – Final Submission by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 7.GOVT 480

Research Paper Instructions

The Research Paper must be approximately 6–8 pages of text, not including the title page and bibliography page, and be in current APA format. You will choose the topic you write on, but your topic must be directly related to the study of terrorism.

Your paper must be written in 12-point, Times New Roman font with 1” margins. It must include a title page with the paper title, student name, course name, and instructor name. Include page numbers in accordance with current APA guidelines. You must use a minimum of 5 sources from both online and printed source material. Save the paper as
“lastnamefirstinitial.doc” (E.g. doej.doc). You must use Microsoft Word. (Neither MS Works nor WordPerfect are acceptable.)

Your paper must make a point. Do not merely report facts. Take what is, analyze it, interpret it in light of a personal Christian worldview, discuss options, and discuss things you think should change. Support your ideas, give alternatives to current practice and support them, and integrate material from textbook readings or lectures. If you are of a different major taking this as an elective, integrate your field into this project.

Proper spelling, grammar, and sentence structure are expected. Short, choppy sentences are NOT acceptable. This is a college course, and deductions will be made accordingly. You must not use personal pronouns (I, me, we, us, our, etc.), and the standards of academic writing must be applied. Have someone else proofread your paper before turning it in to ensure what you are saying makes sense.

The Research Paper will be completed in 3 parts—the Bibliography, the Outline, and the Final Submission.

Submit the Research Paper – Bibliography by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 3.
Submit the Research Paper – Outline by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 5.
Submit the Research Paper – Final Submission by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 7.Research Paper Final Draft Rubric

Criteria

Levels of Achievement

Content

(70%)

Advanced

90-100%

Proficient

70-89%

Developing

1-69%

Not Present

Total

Research Purpose

18 to 20 points:

The research question is clearly identified and retains focus throughout the paper. Introduction provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points. Organization emphasizes the central theme or purpose.

14 to 17.5 points:

The research question may require some clarification and/or greater prominence throughout the paper. Introduction may not provide adequate background on the topic and preview major points. Organization may not sufficiently emphasize the central theme or purpose.

1 to 13.5 points:

The research question requires significant clarification and prominence throughout the paper. Introduction may be missing or ambiguous. Organization may require significant improvement.

0 points

Not Present

Reasoned Analysis

27 to 30 points:

Major points are stated clearly and are supported by valid evidence and logical reasoning. Objective, reasoned analysis is employed. Opposing viewpoints are sufficiently acknowledged and critically evaluated. The conclusion logically derives from the paper’s ideas. An authoritative, persuasive, and statesmanlike voice is used (first/second person perspective avoided).

21 to 26.5 points:

Most major points are stated clearly and supported by valid evidence and logical reasoning, but some points may require clarification or greater support. Opposing viewpoints are acknowledged but may require greater evaluation. The conclusion does not fully derive from the paper’s ideas. Some improvements to objective tone/perspective may be required.

1 to 20.5 points:

Major points require significant clarification and scholarly support. Opposing viewpoints are not adequately acknowledged and/or addressed. Conclusion does not derive logically from the paper’s main ideas. Significant improvements to objective tone/perspective are required.

0 points

Not Present

Scholarly Support

18 to 20 points:

At least five scholarly sources reflecting diverse viewpoints and germane research are employed. Source material is properly attributed.

14 to 17.5 points:

Some improvements/ additions to quality/quantity of sources are needed. Clarification of source material may be needed.

1 to 13.5 points:

Significant improvement of scholarly support is needed. Source material may not be properly attributed.

0 points

Not Present

Structure (30%)

Advanced

90-100%

Proficient

70-89%

Developing

1-69%

Not Present

Total

Composition and Mechanics

13.5 to 15 points:

Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed and spelling is correct. Sentences are complete, clear and concise. Rhetorical skill is shown. Sentences are well constructed, with consistently strong and varied structure. SenBibliography Rubric

Criteria

Levels of Achievement

Content

(70%)

Advanced

90-100%

Proficient

70-89%

Developing

1-69%

Not Present

Total

Quality and Quantity of Sources

9 to 10 points:

Minimum of 5 scholarly outside resources in addition to the course textbook and Bible are present. All cited resources are scholarly in nature, academic and trustworthy.

7.25 to 8.75 points:

At least 4 scholarly outside resources are present in addition to the both the course textbook and Bible. Most cited resources are scholarly in nature, academic and come from a trustworthy source.

1 to 7 points:

Less than 4 scholarly outside resources are present and/or both the course textbook and Bible are not cited. Almost none of the cited resources are scholarly in nature, academic and/or come from a trustworthy source.

0 points

Not Present

Source Variety

6.75 to 7.5 points:

Sources reflect broad research on the many facets involved with the study of terrorism or homeland security.

5.25 to 6.5 points:

Sources are varied somewhat to reflect some facets involved with the current study of terrorism or homeland security.

1 to 5 points:

Sources are not varied or seem to only reflect one facet involved with the current study of terrorism or homeland security.

0 points

Not Present

Structure (30%)

Advanced

90-100%

Proficient

70-89%

Developing

1-69%

Not Present

Total

Format

6.75 to 7.5 points:

Current APA format is properly utilized.

5.25 to 6.5 points:

Current APA format is generally properly utilized.

1 to 5 points:

Formatting errors distract from citations.

0 points

Not Present

Professor Comments:

Total:

/25Outline Rubric

Criteria

Levels of Achievement

Content

(70%)

Advanced

90-100%

Proficient

70-89%

Developing

1-69%

Not Present

Total

Discussion, Conclusion, References

9 to 10 points:

Discussion reflects initial research. A conclusion of at least three sentences. Minimum of 5 scholarly outside resources in addition to the course textbook and Bible are present. All cited resources are scholarly in nature, academic and trustworthy.

7.25 to 8.75 points:

Bulletined discussion. Bulletined conclusion. At least 4 scholarly outside resources are present in addition to the both the course textbook and Bible. Most cited resources are scholarly in nature, academic and come from a trustworthy source.

1 to 7 points:

Minimal discussion. Minimal conclusion. Less than 4 scholarly outside resources are present and/or both the course textbook and Bible are not cited. Almost none of the cited resources are scholarly in nature, academic and/or come from a trustworthy source.

0 points

Not Present

Content

6.75 to 7.5 points:

The outline contains a complete and scholarly title page; a thesis statement or abstract; and contents that reflect initial research.

5.25 to 6.5 points:

The outline contains a rough title page; a rough thesis statement or rough abstract; and contents that reflect some aspects of initial research.

1 to 5 points:

The outline contains one or two, but not all three elements of a rough title page; a rough thesis statement or rough abstract; and contents that reflect some aspects of initial research.

0 points

Not Present

Structure (30%)

Advanced

90-100%

Proficient

70-89%

Developing

1-69%

Not Present

Total

Format, spelling

6.75 to 7.5 points:

Current APA format is properly utilized. Proper spelling is used.

5.25 to 6.5 points:

Current APA format is generally properly utilized. Some minor spelling errors.

1 to 5 points:

Formatting errors distract from citations. Spelling errors distract.

0 points

Not Present

Professor Comments:

Total:

/25Running Head: OUTLINE 1

OUTLINE 2

Outline
Professor Grayson Story
Keithan Chapman
GOVT 480 B02 LUO

September 28, 2020

I. Introduction
A. Terrorism is significant threat to the security of the United States.
B. In recent years, terrorist have used advanced technologies come up with new ways to conduct terrorism activities (Klein, Gruenewald & Smith, 2017).
C. The increased threat to the security of Americans required a proactive approach to prevent attacks.
D. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was created to protect the country from terrorism threats.
E. Homeland security plays a significant role in the fight against terrorism in the United States because it prevents terrorism attacks, prevent unauthorized acquisition of terrorist materials and protect critical infrastructure.
II. Body
A. Prevention of Terrorism Attacks
1. This involves developing aviation safety program and development of air cargo screening technology (White, 2016).
2. Reporting suspicious activities in supply chain
3. Development of approaches to prevent the country from threats related to explosives.
4. Provide training programs to create awareness about terrorism I the public and private sector (Sykes, 2018).
B. Unauthorized acquisition of terrorist materials
1. Develops guidelines for chemical acquisition and use in the United States
2. Provide assistance the high risk chemical facilities
3. Review and approve the activities carried out by chemical companies in the country.
4. Provide low cost training, documents and seminars for companies operating in the chemical sector to improve their emergency management and response
5. Continuous briefing to the natural, oils and chemical subsectors o terrorism threats facing the subsectors (McEntire, 2018).
C. Protect critical infrastructure
1. Provide active shooter resources to mitigate the risk of active shooter situation.
2. Provide training course to both public and private organization concerning protection of critical infrastructure (Sykes, 2018).
3. Prepare the local jurisdiction for dealing with terrorism situations
4. Development of procedures to identify threats to critical infrastructure
III. Conclusion
A. In conclusion, Homeland security plays a significant role in the fight against terrorism in the United States as it prevents terrorism attacks, prevent unauthorized acquisition of terrorist materials and protect critical infrastructure.
B. DHS prevents terrorism attacks by developing aviation safety program and development of air cargo screening technology (Comiskey, 2018).
C. It prevents unauthorized acquisition of terrorist materials by developing guidelines for chemical acquisition and use in the United States and providing assistance the high risk chemical facilities.
D. It protects critical infrastructure by providing active shooter resources to mitigate the risk of active shooter situation.

References
Comiskey, J. (2018). Theory for Homeland Security. Journal of Homeland Security




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