Intro to Problem and Factor 1 (Criminal/Community) Review

This is a paper that focuses on the Intro to Problem and Factor 1 (Criminal/Community) Review. The assignment also contains instructions to follow in writing the paper assignment.

Intro to Problem and Factor 1 (Criminal/Community) Review

There are two writing assignments. EACH MUST BE COMPLETED SEPEAERATE, DO NOT HAVE THE ASSSIGNMENTS IN 1 PAPER, ALSO EACH PART MUST HAVE ITS OWN TITLE PAGE AND REFERRENCE PAGE..

IMPORTANT, THE TOPIC MUST BE ON TERRORIST
READ ALL UPLOADED MATERIAL TO UNDERSTAND THE PROJECT AND ITS SETUP.
·         First, write the introduction to the problem.
o    Four paragraphs with multiple in-text citations plus a Reference list of all of the sources used (min. 6 sources)
o    Review the Graphic Organizer and Sample introduction
·         Second, write the literature review of the the first factor (either CRIMINAL or COMMUNITY/ RESIDENTS AND LOCATION)
o    Four paragraphs with multiple in-text citations plus a Reference list of all of the sources used (min. 6 sources)
o    Review the Graphic Organizer and Sample literature review

Intro to Problem and Factor 1 (Criminal/Community) Review

There are three rules you must follow.
·         You must cite in the text using APA style.
o    Each paragraph must have multiple citations. I encourage you to use the same sources repeatedly.
o    Each paper must use at least 6 sources; however, some of the same sources can be using in both papers.
·         You are NOT ALLOWED to QUOTE (i.e., include verbatim information) at all in any part of your paper.  This will be checked by turn-it-in drop box which will provide an originality report–it should be basically 0–meaning there was NO overlap with published material.

You will are to integrate information across a MINIMUM of 2 sources.
o    For every sentence in which you have in-text citations, there must be at least 2 sources.
§  This will force you to summarize information across at least 2 sources and/or to find a second source that supports what you are stating in the first source.
§  Often, the attempt to paraphrase material from ONE source results in students plagiarizing (e.g., they do not produce original work and instead are changing word placement or using synonyms).

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