Just and Unjust War Theory: Examining both the Gulf War and the Iraq War, and distinguishing between whether each war was justified or unjustified under the involvemnt of the U.S.A

Just and Unjust War Theory: Examining both the Gulf War and the Iraq War, and distinguishing between whether each war was justified or unjustified under the involvemnt

of the U.S.A

Project description
Mechanics (20%)–spelling, grammar, verb tense, proofreading, punctuation, sentence structure, paragraphing (only one topic/theme per), followed instructions in

syllabuslength, purpose, style.

Critical Thinking(30%) organized logically, used relevant and reliable sources, good judgment, clarity in concepts, fairness in exploring issues, ideas, artifacts,

and/or events. Thoughtful, rigorous, in-depth analysis based on unbiased research materialsdocumented proof vs. opinion. Assumptions questioned, data analyzed,

original ideas.

Writing (30%)–originality, rough/choppy, logical flow, active voice, clarity, headings/subheading to guide the reader, crisp sentences, smooth transitions, no

unnecessary redundancies, cut and paste obvious, polished compelling styleholds readers attention, college level vocabularyword choice.

DOCUMENTATION (20%): reliable and credible sources–primary texts, peer-reviewed books and articles–NO WIKIPEDIA. All sources cited for statements of fact, data, or

quotes, used proper footnote and bibliographic formats–indent first line of each footnote; only first line of bibliography is left-justified. See syllabus for

guidance and using abbreviations in footnotes.

EXAMPLES OF FOOTNOTES:

Books
(Single Author):

Peter J. May, Recovering from Catastrophes (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985) p. 97.

(Multiple Author):

Dennis S. Militi, Thomas E. Drabek, and J. Eugene Haas, Human Systems in Extreme Environments: A Sociological perspective (Boulder, CO: University of Colorado Press,

1975) pp.89-90.

(Article in a Book):

Dwight W. Chapman, A Brief Introduction to Contemporary Disaster Research, in Man and Society in Disaster, edited by George W. Baker and Dwight W. Chapman (New York:

Basic Books, Inc. 1962) p. 18.

Newspapers

Bay-Area Community Groups Accuse U.S. of Slighting Poor after Quake, Washington Post, 16 November 1989, sec. A. p. 17.

Periodicals

Robert Agranoff and Valerie A. Lindsey, Intergovernmental Management: Perspectives from Human Service Problem Solving at the Local Level, Public Administration Review,

Vol. 43, No. 3 (May/June 1983): 227.

Magazines

Tim Darnell, A State of Emergency, American City and County, Vol. 104, No. 12 (December, 1989): 25.

Encyclopedia
(No Author):

Encyclopedia Americana, 1964 ed., s. v. Red Cross.

Government Documents

Congress, Senate, Committee on Foreign Relations, “U.S. Scholarship Program for Developing Countries” (Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1984), 7

PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH US TODAY AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *