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Research the target and determine the related social media services and elements.
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Consider how to get the data you need from these services.
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Write a Word report that includes the following elements:
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Description of the social media scene surrounding and involving the target (elaborate on different user groups as necessary);
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Types of data that could be acquired related to the intelligence question;
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How could the data be collected (e.g. manual, passive observation or API);
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How would the collection effort protected?
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Note the following guidelines:
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Report should not exceed 8 pages; (excluding list of references, if needed)
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Use visuals to aid the reader, e.g. chart of services utilized.
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Remember to cite sources and provide links.

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Link to the article: https://freedomhouse.org/sites/default/files/2022-02/fiw_20

LINK TO THE ARTICLE: https://freedomhouse.org/sites/default/files/2022-02/FIW_2022_PDF_Booklet_Digital_Final_Web.pdf

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Required Resources BOOK NAME: The struggle for democracy, 2018 Election and

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BOOK NAME: The struggle for democracy, 2018 Election and updates edition by Edward S Greenberg; Benjamin I. Page
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Read/review the following resources for this activity:
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Textbook: Chapter 1, 2, 3
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Minimum of 2 scholarly sources in addition to the textbook.
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Instructions
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Review the Bill of Rights for the U.S. Constitution (the first 10 amendments) to understand what rights are listed. There are numerous online sources to find the Bill of Rights.
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Next, go online and look up your state’s constitution. Find three state sections that are similar to or align with the Bill of Rights (the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution). Examples include religious freedom, freedom of speech or association, etc. Compare and contrast these three state sections from your state’s constitution with their comparable sections in the Bill of Rights found in the U.S. Constitution and discuss the guidelines for each.
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Writing Requirements (APA format)
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Length: 1.5-2 pages (not including title page or references page)
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1-inch margins
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Double spaced
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12-point Times New Roman font
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Title page
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References page (minimum of 2 scholarly sources in addition to textbook if cited)
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Research on foreign internal conflict (rebellions, civil wars, insurgencies, and

Research on foreign internal conflict (rebellions, civil wars, insurgencies, and independence movements) conducted at the Strategic Studies Institute of the Army War College over the past five years shows that there are clear, definable, political-military reasons why governments fail in such conflicts. Moreover, research results indicate that these failures can be measured using established principles of political science, resulting in prediction rates for government failure with a remarkably high rate of historical accuracy. The study of these tightly defined political-military conditions are the basis of the Army War College elective course S12232, “A Problem from Hell: Insurgencies and Civil Wars.” The research studies the 53 foreign internal conflicts since 1945 in which: (1) more than 1,000 government security forces and rebels combined died in a single year, and (2) the goal of the resistance movement was either complete control of the government of the country, or the establishment of an independent breakaway region. What are the political-military parameters that lead to the success of resistance movements? What constraints (legal or otherwise) contribute to government failure in such conflicts? What government counterinsurgency approaches, methods, and objectives have proven to be most successful? Which have proven to be least successful or even counterproductive? In what ways could governments be more successful in countering armed resistance or insurgency? In what ways could governments be more successful in countering nonviolent civil resistance?