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Combatting Future Terrorism Term Paper

… He therefore notes that the prison departments have a noble duty of promoting positive influence with a lot of zeal as well as facilitating the transition of prisoners back to the mainstream society with great innovation. These correctional facilities within the country can act as a special and effective venue for ensuring that the convicted terrorists are de-radicalized and also the spreading of the network of the terrorists is stopped.

The use of airplanes as weapons of terror has been the latest trend and indeed was the tool that was used by the terrorists in the fatal 9/11 attack on the U.S.A. Indeed even before the attack using the planes, Rodney Stitch who was a specialist in air travel safety suggested that the cockpit doors…. [read more]


Future of Governmental Controls in Bioterrorism Term Paper

… Soon after 911 terrorist attack, the federal government introduced a regulation as per which 'export controls and trade sanctions and embargoes were regarded as the tools to guard against terrorism, and is devoting heightened focus to compliance and enforcement in academic research settings', the policy is aimed at preventing terrorist attack/s in future. The policy 'is devoting heightened focus to compliance and enforcement in academic research settings' (Mark, 2007). The Congress and the defense-oriented interests at the export control, major science funding, and defense agencies have been involved in wide range of activities aimed at the assessment and evaluation of the 'export controls to stem what they perceive to be a threat that academic institutions might transfer sensitive technology to potential terrorists' (Barry, 2002). The…. [read more]


Management Analysis of the Center for Disease and Control Term Paper

… Management Analysis of the Center for Desease and Control

Management ANALYSIS of the CENTERS for DISEASE CONTROL and PREVENTION

Analysis of the CDC

Management of CDC

Leadership

Human Resource Management

System Design

Strategies of CDC

Partnerships

Discussion of CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is a governmental institution of the United States of America, belonging to the United States Department of Health and Human Services. The organization is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia and has another ten locations in the United States and Puerto Rico (CDC 2005 Annual Report). The organization was opened on the first of July 1946 and it has, ever since, been the leader in Public Health. In its first years, the organization had less than 400 employees and a budget…. [read more]


Aviation Industry Flu Pandemic Outbreak Risk Thesis

… In case of the SARS outbreak in China the public transportation wasn't shut down but the amount of passengers decreased a lot as, people stopped using the public transportation to avoid getting infected. Similarly, trends of decrease in the number of employees was noted in the air transportation such as, the flights in Pacific Asia decreased by 45% as compared to the year before and there was a decrease of 69% in the flights between U.S. And Hong Kong (Brigantic et al., 2009).



However, it can easily be estimated from these above given scenarios that if an influenza pandemic did occur and stay for 12 to 36 months what would be the amount of damage that it would cause in the world…. [read more]


Health Care Policy Bill Formulation Term Paper

… Health Care Policy Bill Formulation

What the legislation will target

The talking points

Bill writing

Policy to monitor and regulate drug abuse and trafficking

Legislative action

Health Care Policy Bill Formulation: substance abuse

The issue of substance abuse is a societal menace that is gritting the world economies to the ground due to its enormous negative effects. The term substance abuse refers to the use of illicit drugs or medicinal drugs for mood altering purpose in a person. The drugs that people abuse have a property of addiction in them, which leads to their excessive consumption by the user over time. It is the effects of substance abuse in the society such as; crime rates, gender related and other forms of violence and resource wastage…. [read more]


Health Care Practice Term Paper

… Health Care

The Black Plague killed an estimated forty percent of the population of Europe between 1347 and 1427; with some cities and villages experiencing seventy or eighty percent mortality (Herlihy 2, 43). Out of its ashes rose a new understanding of medical science, the European renaissance, as well as a powerful respect for disease. Over five hundred years later Western scientists, armed with post World War II technology, seemed prepared to rid the world of any disease that could threaten humanity. Yet, despite the new weaponry on the side of humans and the heightened optimism of the time, new plagues seemed ready to meet the challenge -- medical science was the real underdog. During the twentieth century western medicine has gone through several phases,…. [read more]


Biological Weapons Term Paper

… Biological Weapons

How real is the threat of Biological Attack in USA

Are we prepared for the threat of a biological attack?

End Notes

Biological Weapons

Arms of mass devastation can be utilized to hurt and intimidate populations. Arms with chemical, nuclear or biological properties are also included in these. Computer viruses can also be an obstacle to a fast reaction. Biologicals are the most efficient, less expensive and maximum terrorization. Biological fear is not new, and biological weapons have been put to use for centuries. But due to the modern technology, the dangers are higher and the results are dreadful. In the present day live pathogens, various toxins and theoretically bioregulators that are biochemical that alters cell signaling. Changed cell signaling could be used…. [read more]


What if a Terrorist Event at Raymond James Stadium Thesis

… Terrorism and Raymond James Stadium

FYI, I included an outline for you in Appendix 1, not sure if you needed it, as well as an abstract (on the house). Thanks!

Terrorism -- the idea of using violence against non-combatant populations to increase the psychological effects of warfare has been a mainstay of human aggression for millennia. As Russian revolutionist Leon Tolstoy once said: "kill one, intimidate one thousand."

In contemporary times, terrorism has moved from a regional (e.g. Serbian terrorist Princep and the onset of World War I) to using methods of terrorism at two major levels; international and transnational. International terrorism is becoming more endemic in the modern world; it is a set of terroristic goals that happens when a sovereign government, organization, or…. [read more]

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