Select ONE of the CBRN categories, then pick ONE particular agent from that category and based on our readings this term, place yourself in the role of a terrorist and offer your perspective of how a terrorist event could be conducted in your hometown, then provide your perspective on how to prevent such an attack and support your work by a variety of academic material to give your opinion more validity.
Your essay should approximately 5 pages. You will need to have a cover page or the reference page; however, they are NOT included in the page count for your essay. All references should be cited using APA format. Be sure to make a clear thesis statement and argument and use examples to support your analysis. Papers should be double spaced.
No abstract is required.
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. (may be electronic of course and the Turabian manual lists all the types of possible resources and reference formats, hint…hint), and valid web sites (use caution with these).
Save your work as a Microsoft Word document entitled ‘YourLastNamewk#.doc’ (i.e., Smith1.doc) and upload this document as your assignment.
Your work should consist of (I encourage you to even use these as headings if you would like):
- 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.)
- Selected CBRN Agent background
- Proposed Terrorist Scenario
- Prevention Strategy(s)
- Works Cited
STYLE AND CONVENTION:
All written submissions should be submitted in a font and page set-up that is readable and neat. Students will follow the APA 6 Style as the sole citation and reference style used in written work submitted as part of coursework. See http://www.apus.edu/content/dam/online-library/resources-services/Fuson_2012_APA.pdf.
All written submissions should be submitted in Times New Roman 12pt font with 1” margins, typewritten in double-spaced format. Collegiate-level work is expected to be free of grammar, usage, and style errors.