This course introduces you to sources that will be beneficial in your intelligence analysis research. Electronic resources are linked from here and from the library home page. You can also check to see what is in the PHC collection using our online catalog, Voyager.
When using intelligence sources, it is imperative that you check the integrity of the sources, especially of websites that may or may not have a vested interest in the information provided.
Your project may include everything from a country report, to an analysis of current world leaders, or a position policy report. Your instructor will provide the information on the specific type of project and the format desired.
Professional library assistance is available on campus, by phone at 540-441-8400, or by email at email@example.com .
When doing research on terrorism in particular, there are often complex and differing definitions of what constitutes terrorism. A helpful construct developed by Professor Bruce Hoffman in his book, Inside Terrorism (2006), includes the following 5 aspects:
Structured analytical techniques for intelligence analysts, by Heuer and Pherson at JK 468 .I6 H478 2011
Intelligence analysis: a target-centric approach, by Robert M. Clark JF 1525 .I6 C548 2013
Improving intelligence analysis, by Stephen Marrin
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