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 Terrorism is Unethical Name Corse Professor Date Terrorism Terrorism is unethical and it causes direct and indirect harm to innocent people Arin K. P. Ciferri D. & Spagnolo N. (2008). The price of terror: The effects of terrorism on stock market returns and volatility. Economics Letters 101(3) 164-167. Retrieved from www.researchgate.net Once a country suffers from terrorist attack the events have far-reaching effect where they affect even the economy of the country affecting the income of individuals who are not direct victims of the attacks. I will use the Arin‘s et al. article to support my argument that terrorist has issues they need to be addressed but their use of violence is unethical and they should use legal means to get their issues resolved. Terrorism is unethical because 114 772-789. Retrieved from lynn.on.worldcat.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Cook M. L. (2001). Ethical issues in counterterrorism warfare. Strategic Studies Institute US Army War College. Retrieved from www.scu.edu Enders W. & Sandler T. (2004). What do we know about the substitution effect in transnational terrorism. Researching terrorism: Trends achievements failures 119 137.retrieved from www.utdallas.edu McPherson Lionel K. (2007). Is terrorism distinctively wrong? Ethics 117 524-546. Retrieved from lynn.on.worldcat.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. North C. S. Pfefferbaum B. Vythilingam M. Martin G. J. Schorr J. K. Boudreaux A. S. & Hong B. A. (2009). Exposure to bioterrorism and mental health response among staff on Capitol Hill. Biosecurity and bioterrorism: biodefense strategy practice and science 7(4) 379-388. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2956562/ [...]

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NOTE: These guidelines are for TWO assignments: the Annotated Bibliography AND the Research Essay. They must be on the SAME PROMPT. I. Prompts for the Research Essay Landmines United Nations. (1996). Protocol on prohibitions or restrictions on the use of mines, booby-traps and other devices as amended on 3 May 1996. Retrieved from unog.ch (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Williams, Jody. (1997). Nobel lecture. Retrieved from www.nobelprize.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. a. What restrictions does the 1996 Protocol place on the use of landmines? (Articles 3-5, 8-10) b. Why does Jody Williams think this is insufficient to protect civilians from being injured or killed by landmines? c. Do you think that the use of landmines in war is always wrong? Explain your answer. When explaining your answer, state which definition of 'landmine' you are using and consider the restrictions that the 1996 Protocol places on the use of landmines and the reasons that Williams gives for why landmines should be banned. Guerrilla warfare Guevara, Ernesto. (2005). Guerrilla warfare: A method. In Ernesto Guevara, The Che reader (translator unknown). North Melbourne: Ocean Press. Retrieved from www.marxists.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Trinquier, Roger. (1964). Modern warfare. (Daniel Lee, trans.). London: Pall Mall Press. Retrieved from usacac.army.mil (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. a. According to Ernesto Guevara, what are the tactics that guerrillas should use to seize power? b. According to Roger Trinquier, what are the tactics that the government should use to defeat guerrillas? (chapter 10). c. Are the tactics described by Guevara consistent with Marxism and are the tactics that Trinquier described consistent with liberal democracy? Terrorism McPherson, Lionel K. (2007). Is terrorism distinctively wrong? Ethics, 117, 524-546. Retrieved from lynn.on.worldcat.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Coady, C. A. J. (2004). Terrorism, morality, and supreme emergency. Ethics, 114, 772-789. Retrieved from lynn.on.worldcat.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. a. What similarities does McPherson argue that conventional war and terrorism have? (pp. 528-534) b. Why objections does Coady make to the supreme emergency exception to the prohibition on terrorism? (pp. 778-789). c. Do you think that terrorism is ever justified? Explain your answer. When explaining your answer, state which definition of 'terrorism' you are using and consider the reasons that McPherson and Cody give for their views referred to in parts (a) and (b). Torture Hill, Daniel J. (2007). Ticking bombs, torture, and the analogy with self-defense. American Philosophical Quarterly, 44, 395-404. Retrieved from www.academia.edu (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Steinhoff, Uwe. (2010). Defusing the ticking social bomb argument: The right to self-defensive torture. Global Dialogue, 12. Retrieved from web.archive.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. a. Why does Daniel Hill say that torture is always wrong? b. When does Uwe Steinhoff think that torture is permissible? Why does he think so? c. Do you think that torture is ever justified? Explain your answer. When explaining your answer, state which definition of 'torture' you are using and consider the reasons that both Hill and Steinhoff give for their views referred to in parts (a) and (b). II. Guidelines for the Research Essay The body of your paper must be at least six full pages long, and no longer than eight pages, not including a cover page (which is optional) or the works cited page (which is required). Your paper should be formatted as follows: use the Times New Roman font, 12-point size, double spacing between lines, with no extra spacing between paragraphs. You are required to list at least six peer-reviewed sources in your Research Essay. Two of those sources must be the two assigned readings listed in Part I above. They can be the same sources you cite in the Annotated Bibliography. An academic source is a source that has been peer-reviewed. The assigned reading for each author mentioned in the prompts is considered peer-reviewed. Cite your sources using APA style. For a quick guide on how to use APA style, see the following link: lynn-library.libguides.com Include a Works Cited page at the end using APA style. Do not plagiarize. Plagiarism is copying someone else's text word-for-word (or almost word-for-word) without proper attribution. III. Research Essay Rubric Thesis (10%) 5 The thesis clearly answers the prompt, is in the introductory paragraph, and is the position actually argued for. 4 The thesis clearly answers the prompt, is in the introductory paragraph, but is not the position argued for. 3 The thesis does not clearly answer the prompt or is not in the introductory paragraph. 2 The thesis does not clearly answer the prompt and is split between multiple sentences or hard to locate. 1 There is no thesis statement. Answer to Part (a) (20%) 5 The answer is clear, correct, and complete. 4 Two of the three are present: the answer is clear, correct, and complete. 3 One of the three is present: the answer is clear, correct, and complete. 2 The paper responds to part (a) of the prompt, but the answer lacks clarity, correctness, and completeness. 1 The paper does not respond to part (a) of the prompt. Answer to Part (b) (20%) 5 The answer is clear, correct, and complete. 4 Two of the three are present: the answer is clear, correct, and complete. 3 One of the three is present: the answer is clear, correct, and complete. 2 The paper responds to part (b) of the prompt, but the answer lacks clarity, correctness, and completeness. 1 The paper does not respond to part (b) of the prompt. Answer to Part (c) (20%) 5 The answer is clear, correct, and complete. 4 Two of the three are present: the answer is clear, correct, and complete. 3 One of the three is present: the answer is clear, correct, and complete. 2 The paper responds to part (c) of the prompt, but the answer lacks clarity, correctness, and completeness. 1 The paper does not respond to part (c) of the prompt. Support (10%) 5 Statements that require support by citations are supported by citations. 4 A few statements that require support by citations are not supported by citations. 3 Some statements that require support by citations are not supported by citations. 2 Most statements that require support by citations are not supported by citations. 1 No statements that require support by citations are supported by citations. Two points will be deducted for each source fewer than eight that you cite, whether in the text or on the works cited page. If you cite fewer than eight academic sources but cite at least eight sources total, one point will be deducted per non-academic source required to reach ten in conjunction with the academic sources you cite. Spelling, grammar, and word choice (10%) 5 The paper contains no errors or only a few trivial errors. 4 The paper is understandable but contains minor errors. 3 The paper is understandable but contains multiple serious errors. 2 It is very difficult to understand the paper. 1 The paper is unreadable. Citation Style (10%) 5 APA style is properly used, both in text and in the works cited page. 4 There are errors in either the in-text citations or on the works cited page. 3 There are errors in both the in-text citations or on the works cited page. 2 There are citations in the text but no works cited page, or there is a works cited page but there are no citations in the text. 1 There are no citations in the text and there is no works cited page. IV. Guidelines for the Annotated Bibliography Write your Annotated Bibliography on one of the prompts for the Research Essay described in Part I above. The Annotated Bibliography will help you get a running start on your Research Essay A bibliography is a list of sources. An annotated bibliography is a list of sources along with (1) a summary of each source and (2) a description of how you will use this source in your upcoming Research Essay. One sentence for the summary is enough, and one sentence for how you will use it is enough. WARNING: Do not copy text from the source in the annotated bibliography. Do not quote text from the source in the annotated bibliography. Your annotated bibliography should start with a thesis statement. This is your best guess as to what the thesis statement of your Research Essay will be. You can use a different thesis statement in your Research Essay. I just want you to start thinking about what your thesis statement in the Research Essay will be now. You are required to list six peer-reviewed sources in your Annotated Bibliography. Two of them must be the assigned readings listed in Part I above. Do not include non-peer-reviewed sources in your Annotated Bibliography. Use APA style. V. Sample Annotated Bibliography Thesis: Killer robots should be banned because they make killing people too easy. Guryevich, Vasily. (1999). The Pripyat study of attitudes toward vicarious killing. Journal of Psychological Effects of Technology, 25, 286-292. doi: 11103602796123240221. Summary: Subjects in the study were less disturbed by simulated vicarious killing than by simulated non-vicarious killing How I will use this source: I will use Guryevich’s study to support my argument that killer robots should be banned because they make killing less disturbing.   Jones, Peter. (2011). Killer robots are completely safe (for those who control them). Journal of Military Science, 45, 721-752. doi: 352163846546546749854. Summary: Jones describes the safeguards that could easily be built into autonomous killing machines. How I will use this source: I will use this article’s argument as an objection against the argument for my thesis. [and so on for the rest of the sources] VI. Annotated Bibliography Rubric Thesis (8%) 5 The thesis clearly answers the question stated in the prompt and is on the first page. 4 The thesis either does not clearly answer the question stated in the prompt or is not on the first page. 3 The thesis both does not clearly answer the question stated in the prompt and is not on the first page. 2 The thesis does not answer the question stated in the prompt. 1 There is no thesis statement. Six Academic Sources (24%) Three points will be awarded per peer-reviewed source (up to 24 points total). One point will be awarded per non-peer-reviewed source (up to 12 points total). Summary for each source (24%) Three points will be awarded per source that is summarized (up to 24 points total). One point will be awarded for a non-summary (for example, a quotation from the source) that gives some indication of the source’s content (up to 12 points total). Say how each source will be used (24%) Three points will be awarded per source that indicates how the source will be used in the Research Essay (up to 24 points total). One point for some evaluation of the source that does not indicate how the source will be used in the Research Essay (up to 12 points total). Spelling, grammar, and word choice (10%) 5 The paper contains no errors or only a few trivial errors. 4 The paper is understandable but contains minor errors. 3 The paper is understandable but contains multiple serious errors. 2 It is very difficult to understand the paper. 1 The paper is unreadable. Citation Style (10%) 5 APA style is properly used, both in text and in the works cited page. 4 There are minor errors in following APA style 3 There are major errors in following APA style No effort is made to follow APA style 1 There are no citations The following content is partner provided

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