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below. This quiz is based on the learning materials presented in this module. Be sure to complete all of the assigned readings and viewings from the Learning & Assessment Activities page before you begin this quiz.
Upon completion of this activity, you will be able to:
- Describe the historical and definitional differences between lone-wolf and leaderless terrorism.
- Explain the different tactics and strategies of lone-wolf and leaderless terrorists
- Explain the double standard dilemma in prosecuting an act of mass murder for an act of terrorism
Questions, Choose One:
1. Discuss the historical genesis of the lone-wolf terrorists compared to the leaderless (group-based) terrorist.
2. Compare and contrast the modus operandiof lone-wolf and leaderless terrorists. Explain the double standard dilemma with the context of mass murders versus crimes of terrorism
When developing your answers, remember:
- You must include (cited) facts to support the major points in your response. Your responses should not include continuous quotations without your thoughts and analysis, as well. Rather, your responses must reflect a balance between facts and your perspective on the points you made.
- Your responses to each of the quiz questions should be a minimum of one page (250 words) and a maximum of two pages (500 words) in length.
- Include appropriate cited references and format them in the American Psychological Association (APA) writing style.
Use the EC Library resources for research assistance and to properly cite your work:
- CJ352 Domestic Terrorism Research Guide (Links to an external site.)
- Plagiarism & Copyright (Links to an external site.)
- Excelsior Library Writing Help (Links to an external site.)
- APA Citation Help (Links to an external site.)
- Excelsior College Online Writing Lab (OWL) (Links to an external site.)
Compose your work in a .doc or .docx file type using a word processor (such as Microsoft Word, etc.) and save it frequently to your computer. For those assignments that are not written essays and require uploading images or PowerPoint slides, please follow uploading guidelines provided by your instructor.