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Is there a research question that it clearly stated or implied?

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Is there a research question that it clearly stated or implied?

Maritime Terrorism: Risk and Liability

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The critique is to be conducted in accordance with the article review checklist found below and to be between 5-7 pages in length. Always write your essay in the past tense and avoid the first person narrative. Assignments should be prepared in Microsoft Word and uploaded into the student folder by the due date. The critique should be written as double spaced, typewritten essay that includes the following kinds of information. a. Article name and Author. b. Is there a research question that it clearly stated or implied? If so what is it? c. Is there a hypothesis or thesis or central argument that is clearly stated or implied? If so, what is it? d. Does the Author answer the "So what?" were you convinced that the study was worth doing? e. Is the study unique in any way? f. What are the main points of the article? g. What kind of literature review is provided and/or what sources are cited? How well does it fulfill that purpose? h. How well does the Author explain their method of collecting and analyzing data? Could you replicate the study based upon the article before you? i. Is there any discussion of variables? If so, how? Does the Author look at alternative points of view? j. Do the studies findings support the authors Goals or Thesis? How valid are they? k. Does the conclusion follow from the evidence provided? Are you persuaded by it? Why or Why Not? l. Does the Author address the implications of these results? If so, how comprehensively is this done? m. Do you notice other strengths and limitations of this study? APA 6th edition
CONTENT:
Name of University/ College Subject-section Article Critique Professor: name of professor Student Name: Name Date of Submission “Maritime Terrorism: Risk and Liability” By: Michael D. Greenberg, Peter Chalk, Henry H. Willis, Ivan Khilko, and David S. Ortiz Abstract Maritime terrorism has the capacity to inflict more harm than terrestrial terrorism since most of the oceans and seas as well as other water bodies are not included in any jurisdiction of any country. There are two forms of maritime terrorism, attacks on passenger carrying vessels and attacks on cargo vessels. Between the two, attacks on cargo vessels have the capacity to inflict more economic damages while attacks on passenger carrying vessels have high human harms. This is why the government and private sectors must implement strict security and follow the U.S. civil liability law. Introduction Because the spread of terror also occurs in the waters this study recommends that the country must uphold as well as strengthen the implementation of the civil liability law and to advice both government and private sectors to improve and strictly apply safety security measures for both passenger carrying vessels and cargo vessels. Article Critique Maritime Terrorism: Risk and Liability, written by Michael D. Greenberg, Peter Chalk, Henry H. Willis, Ivan Khilko, and David S. Ortiz, is an article focused on understanding the nature of maritime terrorism and its possible effe...

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