For your final project, you will examine the history of lone wolf attacks against the United States, radicalization of the lone wolf, and the ability to investigate and prevent against lone wolf attacks.
Your project will be submitted in two parts. Part One will consist of an outline, due in Week 5 of the course. Part Two will consist of a final paper
FINAL PROJECT GUIDELINES
In Week 5 of the course, submit an outline for your final paper that includes the following:
Outline of paper sections
List of your five to seven references
Use the sample decimal outline from Purdue’s Online Writing Lab as a guideline of how to format your outline.
Submit a final paper on 2000 to 3000 words (8 to 10 pages) that addresses the following:
Where do lone wolf attacks most occur on U.S. soil?
What type of victims do lone wolf attackers target?
What type of targets do lone wolf attackers seek out?
Explain the ideology of a lone wolf. To whom do they relate?
Can lone wolf attacks be prevented?
How can law enforcement collaborate with the community, as well as with the private sector, to deter these types of attacks?
Do you think all lone wolf attackers are self-radicalized? Who is targeting these individuals?
Your final paper should be in proper APA format, including a title page, with a minimum of five to seven references.
WRITING AND RESEARCH RESOURCES
The following links provide online writing and research aids to help you with your paper assignments.
OWL (Online Writing Lab) at Purdue University
Writer’s Handbook, the Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin–Madison
Information Literacy for TESU Students (an online guide from the New Jersey State Library to assist you in starting your research, searching databases for articles, citing sources, using ILLiad to request books or articles, etc.)
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