Effectiveness of analytical techniques discussion

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Evaluate the effectiveness of analytical techniques, (Content Analysis, Comparative Analysis, or Rational Choice Theory), by assessing which of the techniques would be most useful in analyzing a particular intelligence issue (not a US policy issue).

Title Page

Section I: Introduction (1 page)

a)Explain the intelligence issue

b)State your research question (what you are attempting to answer)

c)Give a hypothesis of your answer to the research question

Section II: Discussion of the Effectiveness of Techniques - Content Analysis, Comparative Analysis, and Rational Choice Theory (2-3 pages)

a)Explain each technique

b)Examine the strengths and weaknesses of each technique for your particular topic

c)Assess the effectiveness of each technique in analyzing your topic

d)Select the one technique you think would be most useful in your analysis (Content Analysis, Comparative Analysis, or Rational Choice Theory)

Section III: Analyze your issue using the technique you deemed best suited to your question (choose only one) (2 -3 pages)

In this section you will demonstrate your application of the selected technique to your issue. Your analysis should be well informed by the literature review you created in week 2 assuming you are using the same topic.

Section IV: Conclusion (1 paragraph)

Section V: Bibliography

Must be in Chicago style format and citation!!!!

General Requirements

1. Document Format:

a. MS Word document

b. One-inch (1”) margins

c. Times New Roman font

d. Twelve (12) pitch

e. Double spaced

f. This assignment should be 5-7 pages. This does not include your cover page and bibliography.

g. No pictures

2. Citation Format: The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS). As stated in the Academic Integrity Briefings, information taken directly from another source must be placed in quotations and cited following the CMS format contained in the week one “lessons” folder. You must cite all other information from your sources, even if you do not quote directly. DIRECT QUOTING SHOULD BE KEPT TO A MINIMUM.

3. Grading is based on the assignment rubric.

Tutor Answer

CristinaP
School: UCLA

Attached.

Effective Intelligence Analysis

Students Name
Course
Professor’s name
Date

Surname 2
Section 1: Effective Intelligence Analysis
Introduction
Isis is currently an international terrorist organization which had its roots in Iraq and rose
as a consequence of the disintegration of al-Qaida. The group rose and rapidly captured territory
in Iraq with t6he intention of further expansion into other regions and create areas of influence
which are not limited by country or regional borders. The group has managed to expand to Syria
and several other middle east countries where they have actively occupied regions. There are
regional cells in Africa, Europe, and America which the group uses to recruit target individuals,
who are mostly young men who convert into Islam then head for Paramilitary training in
countries where they have active military bases like Syria. The eventual intention of the group is
to establish a global Islam rule through a world war. The group aims to remain inside their
occupied territory in Syria and Iran before expanding and overcoming the middle east crescent
(Ridder 2018). Their major plan is to lead Islam's war against the disbelievers in Europe and
America and eventually the whole world.
ISIS is composed of Sunni Muslims while Iran's dominant Muslim group is the Shia
Muslims. Iran is currently in war with Isis supporting other allies which include European and
other western powers which are directly faced by the ISIS threat. Iran has advanced military
technology and is relatively stable; the country also has the capability of gathering intelligence
and repulse attacks. This technology is achieved through experience in past military excursions
like the Iran/Iraq war.
Research Question


Does ISIS have the resources to launch a full-scale attack on Iran?

Surname 3
Hypothesis


Their ideologies imply that anyone who obstructs their mission is an enemy and will
attack them.



The group would not take chances of launching increased attacks on Iran as this would
result in severely damaging retaliation from the Iranian defense forces.
Section 2: Effectiveness of Techniques

Content Analysis
This method of analysis is a standard tool for investigating contents in communication
devices by social scientists. This process involves the exploration and investigation of various
talks in the media and relationships between the terrorist group and its neighbors (E-International
Relations 2016). The social media platform, magazines,...

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