#8 PowerPoint Presentation Transnational Organized Crime-Terrorism And Home Security In The United States Prompt: Potential linkages in transnational org

  

Prompt: 

Potential linkages in transnational organized crime and terrorism are a concern. This concern may be particularly relevant in terms of global security and homeland security in the United States. Using the construct explained above, prepare a post/paper and PowerPoint analyzing the potential transnational organized crime – terrorism nexus and the effect on global security as well as homeland security in the United States. 

Your challenge will be to hone and narrow your PowerPoint through a good thesis statement to fall within the length constraints provided. The Bible perspectives must be included and the references, thesis statement in introduction must be in your research, abstract, key words, and a conclusion, plus your slides.

King James Bible. (1970). The Holy Bible. Camden, New Jersey. Thomas Nelson, Inc.

DUE: BY February 26, 2022 by 10 a.m (Eastern Time Zone) in Saturday.

NO LATE WORK!!!!

CJUS 810

Discussion: Final Project Briefing/Analysis Assignment Instructions

Prompt:

Potential linkages in transnational organized crime and terrorism are a concern. This concern may be particularly relevant in terms of global security and homeland security in the United States. Using the construct explained above, prepare a post/paper and PowerPoint analyzing the potential transnational organized crime – terrorism nexus and the effect on global security as well as homeland security in the United States.

The student will complete 1 Discussion in this course. The student will post one thread, consisting of a narrated PowerPoint, by 10:00 a.m. (ET) on Saturday on February 26, 2022.

Overview

This discussion and related replies make up your final project. This discussion is research based and will require significant outside journal article reading.

Instructions

Warning: This Discussion is not a traditional 350 to 500-word original post. This discussion is your final project and represents a major research project.

· You shall prepare and attach a 10 to 17 slide narrated PowerPoint Presentation and attach it as your original post.

· Title slide(s) and reference slide(s) do not count toward the slide count.

· Please keep in mind that this is a doctoral level presentation.

· Your research must go beyond the mere textbook and have a minimum of 8 scholarly sources.

· Any sources cited must have been published within the last five years. Acceptable sources include .gov sources, UN, and foreign government websites as your recent and relevant sources if the writing is academic in nature (authored works) or well researched (CIA or State Department).

· The Holy Bible should be used at least once in the PowerPoint presentation.

· Each slide (of the 10 to 17 main body slides) must have 200 to 350 words of bulleted or paragraph speakers notes (in speaker notes section of the slide build).

· The slides should be professional and not cluttered with too many words.

· The sources should be reflected in the speaker notes, slides, and “reference section slide”.

· Additionally, you, the student, should use animations, transitions, and graphics to reflect PhD level research.

Reference Expectations:

You must use a minimum of 8 recent relevant sources. You may use .gov sources, UN, and foreign government websites as your recent and relevant sources if the writing is academic in nature (authored works) or well researched (CIA or State Department). Although the rigor of the quality references is not as demanding as your previous papers – you will still be graded on your reference quality. If you have questions about the applicability of references, contact your professor prior to submitting.

Please note the topic above could easily be a thesis length paper. Your challenge will be to hone and narrow your PowerPoint presentation through a good thesis statement to fall within the length constraints provided. If you wish to go over slide count/word count, please contact your instructor for permission to do so.

This course utilizes the Post-First feature in all Discussions. This means you will only be able to read and interact with your classmates’ threads after you have submitted your thread in response to the provided prompt.

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