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Project #81251 - Introduction to International Studies: Follow Instructions inside! Important. 

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1.    Term Project Topic Question: Please enter your updated term project topic question. [NOTE: Refer to the term project topic you listed in item #5 on 2.1 Local-to-Global Current Events Worksheet.  

 I will provide this information when project is awarded. It's about Israel preemptive irans nuclear program.




    2.        What are the principal sources of academic and scholarly information about this issue or topic?

Search the following databases to find academic and scholarly books and journal articles on your issue or topic. Do not include popular magazines (such as Time, U.S. News & World Report.) or newspapers and non-academic newsletters. Use the following database search tools:  

●      Academic Search Complete

●      Google Scholar: 

●      LEXIS-NEXIS Academic

●       Or, select other databases from the following list:


2A.   List 5 or more sources in the space below. with full citation including title of article, author, publication name, date, time, page number, and Full URL (permalink).

[Please use Chicago Manual of Style for your citations: or click on “Cite” in the results list of a Google Scholar Search and copy the citation for the Chicago style. Click here for an example: .

Source #: 

Full Citation of journal article or book: (See: )













2B.   Select three (3) journal articles or book resources from your list above (2A) which are most valuable or informative for your Project Topic Question. In the space below, please write a 75-150 word annotation on “how the article helps answer my project question” for each of the three sources.  Click here for explanation on how to write an annotation.

Source # (from 2A): 

Annotation (75-150 words): “How the article helps answer my project question”








    3.        Find video or multimedia (such as archived audio interviews) from news media sources, NGOs, TEDTalks on your topic or advocacy groups on this topic. 

List 3 or more video or multimediasources, with full citation (the title and source, and full URL (link) and mention one thing you learned from listening.


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4.    Find 3 or more short PSA (Public Service Announcement) videos [30 - 120 seconds/ 0.5 - 2.0 minutes]  that inform or advocate some aspect of your Project Topic or Question. A PSA is defined as: (Definition from Wikipedia[]): 

A public service announcement (PSA) or public service ad, are messages in the public interest disseminated by the media without charge, with the objective of raising awareness, changing public attitudes and behavior towards a social issue.

List 3 or more video or multimediasources, with full citation (the title and source, and full URL (link).

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5.   List 4 or more agencies or organizations that advocates or acts on resolving the issue or answering the questions on your topic. For each organization, please include (a) name; (b) home page URL; and (c) explain whether and how you would participate in the actions suggested by the organization.


Organization name and 
home page URL

How you would participate in actions suggested by the organizations?












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