CRJ 461 Proseminar in Criminal Justice Studies
This assignment is in three (3) parts:
1.The topic proposal policy analysis and the here the topic is “policy analysis on how to prevent Illegal Online Sales of Prescription Drugs and Controlled Substances”
2.Topic Outline with In-Text Citations and References
Stage 1: Topic Proposal
The attached document is a guideline to follow to do this assignment. First, closely read the required reading, “Policy Analyses and Policy Proposals (that’s attached document).” (Note that this assignment is a policy analysis, and not a policy proposal.) You will need to provide all the required information in Table 5.11; optional information in Table 5.11 is, well, optional/not required. Second, think of a single and specific policy that is directly related to Cybersecurity and which has been around long enough to have generated sufficient scholarly research to meet the Policy Analysis Paper resource requirement of at least 10 scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles.
Third, locate your first source.
Fourth, write a proposal in a single Microsoft Word (“.doc” or “.docx”) document. In your topic proposal analysis document, provide these pieces of information:
1. Your full name
2. Your major: (Cybersecurity)
3. Your proposed policy - “policy analysis on how to prevent Illegal Online Sales of Prescription Drugs and Controlled Substances”
4. Full bibliographic information for your proposed first source, including:
a. Author name(s)
b. Publication year
c. Article title
d. Journal name
e. Volume number
f. Article page range and/or doi/URL
Stage 2: Topic Outline with In-Text Citations and References
First, review Table 5.11 (p. 125) in the reading, “Policy Analyses and Policy Proposals.” All the required content must be included in your outline, in the order listed. It is your choice whether or not also to include the optional content in Table 5.11.
Second, conduct research to find credible and relevant information on the required topics listed in Table 5.11. Remember, you need at least 10 scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles in your Policy Analysis Paper. You can have more but not fewer sources. The “Lesson 11” can help you find and synthesize credible and relevant information.( https://open.lib.umn.edu/infostrategies/part/lesson-11-research-skill-managing-and-synthesizing-information/)
Third, collect full bibliographic information for all sources.
Fourth, organize your information in the form of a topic outline. Include in your topic outline specific information related to each of the required contents in Table 5.11. Provide at least three levels of information per section: Roman numerals (I, II, III, etc.), capital letters (A, B, C, etc.), and Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, etc.). Also include:
1. Your full name
2. Your thesis statement at the top, between your name and the start of your outline
3. Estimated page ranges for each major section (I, II, III, etc.)
4. In-text citations for specific information
5. References at the end, with complete bibliographic information for all sources cited in the outline
The longest sections should be III (Policy Description) and IV (Policy Evaluation), and the shortest sections should be I (Introduction) and V (Discussion).