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.
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.
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.
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.
1. First Identify a school district or campus that you are using for this assignment. It can be one that you are involved with, have knowledge of, or in the jurisdiction where you live. THE NAME OF THE SCHOOL OR LOCATION CAN BE LEFT WITH XXXXXXXXXX I WILL FILL IN THAT PORTION.
You are an assistance superintendent responsible for oversight of school safety, security and emergency management. You report to the superintendent.
If you have chosen a college campus, then you are the Assist Vice President for Finance and Administration with operational over sight of Campus Police (or Public Safety) and Emergency Management. You report to the VP of Finance and Administration.
2.Using the Four step process of Identify – Analyze – Prioritize –Engage and Influence Interest Matrix (from lecture notes)– Identify key stakeholders (Internal & external) and their roles in helping your school with the development of emergency operations plans.
Based upon your knowledge of the Incident Command System, National Manangement System and notes – Identify key stakeholders, and their roles/responsibilities for the following scenario.
Election Day is less than a week away and your school district or campus has election polling stations in several schools and/or campus facilities.
Your school/campus has received several vague & anonymous phone threats of potential bombing at an area school on election day. The current political climate is tense with some violence occurring at various campaign events and protests across the nation.
3. Using the key stakeholders, you have identified; present what planning and precautionary actions you believe would be necessary.
THE PLAN SHALL FOLLOW THE INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM AND NATIONAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM STRUCTURE. ALSO AS MENTIONED ABOVE THE NAME OF THE LOCATION/SCHOOL WILL BE ENTERED BY ME.
This is an assignment; do not use citations or references in your work or on a separate page.
1. Using the content and format guidelines in the attachment, “SSI 250 Spot Reports” write a one page Spot Report on a current, historical, or fictional event of your choosing.
2. Many Peace Corps posts have a Duty Officer system for receiving after-hours emergency calls from Peace Corps Volunteers. Create a one-page checklist of the steps you think a Duty Officer might follow and things they might ask or say when receiving a call from a Peace Corps Volunteer who has just been a victim of a crime.
Acronyms and definitions
PCSSO Peace Corps Safety and Security Officer. This is another term for Security Specialist (Overseas). In other words, you if you are selected for this position.
OSS Office of Safety and Security. The Office you would report to in this position.
Post A Peace Corps overseas operation in a given country – including the office, staff and Volunteers assigned there.
Region All Peace Corps posts are divided into one of three Regions that operate as separate offices and staff: Africa (AF); Europe, Mediterranean, and Asia (EMA); and Inter-America and the Pacific (IAP).
RSA Regional Security Advisor. Another safety and security support position. Peace Corps has three of these positions, each reporting to their respective Regions.
PCV Peace Corps Volunteer
HQ Peace Corps Headquarters, Washington, DC.
The second chapter should not be confused with the Introduction in Chapter I. The introduction provides a review of the topic; the Literature Review summarizes what has been said about the topic. The Literature Review is not a series of book (or journal article) reports. A good literature review tells a story about the topic, using published works to support what is written. The chapter should be organized in such a way as to (a) bring together the most important writings about the research question in general, followed by (b) a closer examination of the writings related to the component parts detailed in the Purpose and Objectives subsection of Chapter I. It is very helpful to the reader if the ideas are presented in the same order throughout the Project.
This chapter will contain the greatest number of citations, so it is important that they be done correctly. Each citation must have a corresponding listing in the Reference section. Please create your own sub-headings.
The Literature Review should not include data that will be used to answer the research question or test your research hypotheses. If the Project is utilizing an analysis of published research to answer the research question, the Literature Review should provide the background and take the reader up to the point where those studies begin.
The attached file is to use as a reference for what has been written prior; it is the basis for the literary review. It is not to be added to this paper; I am still working on some sections.
National Security senior leaders use Table-Top Exercises (TTXs) to discuss strategies and policies and/or war-game strategic decision-making and implementation. These TTXs help refine the National Security decision-making process and assist National Security leaders in developing playbooks for crisis response. Most often, TTXs are pretexted by a scenario brief called a ‘scene-setter.’ This TTX will be used to coalesce the Students’ understanding of the elements of National power in the context of the current and emerging dimensions of National
Attached is a Scenario/scene-setter that should be viewed first. As the assignment is based on the scenario presented.
Then a template has been provided that must be followed.
Diplomatic and Economic Options: Each student will submit a 1, and 2-page scenario-driven point, and each submission will include a single page focused on Diplomatic options, and a single page of their point paper focused on Economic options (per the layout provided in the template). Each point paper will be no more than 2-pages in length. one page to cover the diplomatic options and 1 page to cover the economic options. There should be two citations per written page Length does not include the Title Page or the References Page, both of which are required for complete, fully-developed responses.
Additionally Christian principles must be applied to decisions
one source that can be used is the course text National Security by Donald M. Snow which can be accessed at the below link and login
In this activity, pick a recent controversial topic related to homeland security from the mainstream media. Then use the following checklist to examine the issue raised in the news/article to demonstrate your critical thinking skills and effective communication. In 400-600 words, respond to the 11 critical thinking questions in the following document.