Month: December 2020

Qualitative Research Methods – Writing styles

Part 1

I. Rewriting the narrative into a realistic narrative

A typical shift for police officers involves patrolling the streets, reacting to calls for service and crime reports, stopping and searching citizens, pursuing and arresting suspects. It is a Sunday night shift, John and David from the Union City Police Department are performing their patrol duties, and not much is going on (Van Maanen, 1988). By midnight, it gets so quiet that they decide to go to David’s place for a while just to get out of the car.

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Comparing Rama & Sita Stories


Compare and contrast the two versions of the story of Rama and Sita: The Ramayana and Sita Sings the Blues. Don’t focus on superficial differences (number of scenes, editing of the scenes, etc.) but look at the key issues of men’s and women’s roles in relation to each other and in terms of society.

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Israeli Intelligence Capabilities


Based on the course readings and websites, categorize Israel’s ability to collect intelligence in each of the five disciplines (OSINT, GEOINT, HUMINT, MASINT, SIGINT, and cyber) against hostile nations or organizations as either (1) highly capable; (2) capable; or (3) marginally capable. Be sure your response clearly identifies the specific organization, bureau, or responsible for performing the associated collection.  

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