WEEK 1 DISCUSSION DQ1Max Points: 5.0From your perspective, select the most ideal definition of terro

WEEK 1 DISCUSSION DQ1Max Points: 5.0From your perspective, select the most ideal definition of terrorism from chapter 1 of the textbook. Why it is the most appropriate definition in your opinion? What is the relevance to an emergency services mission?DQ 2Max Points: 5.0Does the concept of a war on terror help or hinder the ability to organize and respond effectively to the threat of terror? Explain your opinion.WEEK 2 DISCUSSIONDQ 1Max Points: 5.0In a Western democracy that prizes civil rights, what are some of the measures that governments can take to deter, detect, and prevent terrorists organized in small groups, bunch of guys (BOG) groups, cellular organizations, or as lone wolf operators? Provide at least three examples of measures that the government could employ. Why did you choose these examples?DQ 2Max Points: 5.0In “Consequence Management in the 1995 Sarin Attacks on the Japanese Subway Systemâ€, what were some of the key problems confronting Japanese first responders to the chemical attack on the Tokyo subway by Aum Shinrikyo? Identify three key problems. How might they have been avoided?WEEK 3 DISCUSSIONDQ 1Max Points: 5.0Is religious terrorism different from political terrorism? Explain your answer using examples of existing terrorist groups and their activities.DQ 2Max Points: 5.0In a political system that values religious freedom, how can radical religious extremism be mitigated? Explain your ideas.WEEK 4 DISCUSSIONDQ 1Max Points: 5.0What are the nature and characteristics of the individuals that attacked the London transportation system on July 7, 2005?DQ 2Max Points: 5.0How can emergency managers in the United States organize to prevent similar attacks in their country?WEEK 5 DISCUSSIONDQ 1Max Points: 5.0What are some of the internal and external forces that drive terrorist groups with a cause to splinter? Provide examples.DQ 2Max Points: 5.0Do international terrorists have a message for the U.S. population and are the messages the same from each group? What would that message be? Provide examples.WEEK 6 DISCUSSIONDQ 1Max Points: 5.0Why is it that left-wing terror groups tend to be interconnected and have a shared ideology?DQ 2Max Points: 5.0Why is it that left-wing terror groups tend to be interconnected and have a shared ideology?WEEK 7 DISCUSSIONDQ 1Max Points: 5.0With so many potential threat groups, known and unknown, how can the United States provide adequate intelligence to counter the threat?DQ 2Max Points: 5.0What is open-source intelligence and how is it used? Give examples.WEEK 7 DISCUSSIONDQ 1What is the primary role of an emergency manager in regards to terrorism? Explain your answer.DQ 2Max Points: 5.0How do emergency managers strike a balance between efforts aimed at prevention and efforts directed at consequence management?week 3 assignment In the National Public Radio (NPR) audio report in the required readings portion of Module 3, Robert Siegel speaks with Dr. Peter Holden of the British Medical Association. Dr. Holden was present at the site of one of the terrorist attacks in London on July 7, 2005, and he took a leadership role in responding to the attack.Create a PowerPoint presentation (10-12 bullet-point slides, excluding title and reference slides) describing the key things that Dr. Holden and his staff did in the aftermath of the attack. The key points identified should be from an emergency management/incident command perspective. Use the notes section under each slide to provide text notes related to the bullet points.Include the following in your presentation:1. Describe how religious terrorism may alter how emergency managers may have to organize to deter, detect, prevent, and respond to attacks.2. Explain if and how religious terrorism may produce different consequences and outcomes.Additional requirements include:1. PowerPoint must include a title and reference slide. PowerPoint file should not exceed 2 MB.2. Directly quoted source material may not exceed 10% of the presentation content.3. Due to inherent unreliability, Wikipedia is not considered an acceptable source for use in academic writing.This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignmentWhile APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.week 6This is a Collaborative Learning Community assignment.In a paper of 2,000-2,250 words, as a group, summarize the attack by radical jihadists on the transportation system in London.For this assignment, there may be multiple perspectives about the London attacks. Consider the following in your paper:1. Present two perspectives and identify any learning points that could help emergency managers prevent and better respond to terrorist attacks.2. Explain the recurring features that might be found in terrorist group dynamics.3. Examine the factors that increase the complexity of developing an effective counterterrorism response.Additional requirements include:1. Directly quoted source material may not exceed 10% of the paper’s content.2. Due to its inherent unreliability, Wikipedia is not considered an acceptable source for use in academic writing.This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment.Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the GCU APA Style Guide.

 

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