You must submit an APA-style and formatted Reaction Paper of no less than 800 words. The paper must address at least one full chapter assigned for the module. See the syllabus for further guidelines regarding this assignment.
Terrorist Recognition Handbook
Nance, M. W. (2014). Terrorist recognition handbook: A practitioner’s manual for predicting and identifying terrorist activities (3rd ed.). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press-Taylor and Francis Group. ISBN-13: 978-1-4665-5457-3
Understanding the Law of Terrorism
McCormack, W. and Luna, E., (2015). Understanding the law of terrorism (2nd ed.). Mathew Bender & Company, Inc. LexisNexis Group.
Your Reaction Paper must be in full APA style and format and be no less than 800 words (excluding the separate cover, abstract, and reference pages). The paper must include a cover/title page, a separate abstract page with keywords, in-text citations, properly placed page numbers, running heads, and a separate reference page identifying all sources. The abstract paragraph must be no less than 75 words. Your Reaction Paper must address at least one full chapter assigned for the module in the course outline.
No more than 25% of each written assignment in this course may be attributed to referenced sources. Your papers must be 75% original thought. Again, your cited work and quotations must not exceed 25%. Failure to properly use in-text citations or required quotation formatting will be considered evidence of potential Academic Honor Code violations. The submission of writings from prior courses, classes, schools, colleges, or universities to fulfill assignment requirements in this class will be referred as a potential Academic Code Violation.
It is strongly suggested you follow the following logical flow in presenting your reaction paper: critical overview of the entire reading, significant facts or information disclosed, and conclusions based upon inductive or deductive reasoning. A Reaction Paper is designed to develop and sharpen your critical thinking, cognitive skills, and problem-solving abilities, as well as your writing skills. Your objective in writing this assignment is to clearly articulate your assessment of the information presented by the author(s) and to formulate and clarify your position on or reaction to the writings. Avoid “I will” and “My paper will” type constructions in your writings. In other words, the use of “I” and “My” in your papers must be avoided.