terrorism project

first of all we are going to extant this paper to 15 pages

for now I need 3 pages literature reviews

Course Description (from Course Catalog):

Students complete a case study/project designed to test the totality of knowledge gained in the GNS major.Seminar projects must demonstrate explicitly, through scholarship, teamwork, and/or creative thinking, a meaningful integration of the student’s course of study.

The Senior Capstone project provides an opportunity for a student, in close consultation with the instructor, to define and conduct research appropriate to the conclusion of the student’s undergraduate program of study, write a major paper or project, and to present the student’s findings to an audience comprised of peers. It will be a distinct effort that demonstrates the student’s knowledge and expertise as a graduating senior.

Process of Drafting Capstone Paper:

1. Pick a Thesis or Topic

2. Develop Thesis Statement

3. Commence Research I

Literature Review

4. Submit Literature Review

5. Develop Outline

6. Draft Prospectus

7. Commence Research II

Body Research

a. IRB (Institutional Review Board) permission

8. Draft Abstract

9. First Draft of Paper

10. Final Paper

1. Submission of Thesis Statement – a brief statement of the argument or analysis that is to follow; roadmap to help or alert the reader as to the nature of the paper. Some good websites to help you understand exactly what a thesis statement is and how to draft one can be found at:





2. Literature Review – Review of all relevant literature to place the research in the environment of the field; find other similar research; and direct future research.See: https://guides.library.ucsc.edu/write-a-literature…

3. Outline ‐ document used to aid in the process of writing the paper; an outline can help the student organize ideas. See: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/544/02/

4. Prospectus – The prospectus should make up the first section of your final project.It will contain the introduction to the research project, the literature review, and the roadmap of what will be covered in the final project.See: https://ctl.yale.edu/sites/default/files/files/pro…

5. Abstract ‐ in order to both attract and inform a reader, an abstract should be a complete but concise description of the paper; a concise summary of the key points of the paper incorporating the thesis statement: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/656/01/…



6. Draft ‐ the draft transforms the outline into essay form. It will have mistakes, but should be the best quality submission you can offer. Comments by the instructor concerning the draft will be submitted to you. See: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/workshops/hypertext/…

7. Final Draft ‐ final proof reading, editing, and submission. The final paper must be at least 15 to20 pages excluding cover page, title page, abstract, table of contents, bibliography, appendixes, endnotes, etc. See: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/workshops/hypertext/…

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