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The rise of isis and the U.S. and International response

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Juliana Melton

on 25 November 2014

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Transcript of The rise of isis and the U.S. and International response

Research Problem and Significance
As ISIS continues to grow in size, conquer more territory, and threaten regional stability in the Middle East, it is necessary for the United States and the international community to combat this rising threat.
Conceptual Model





























Survey and Interview Sampling Design
Survey:
30 questions
Likert scale
Distributed via email
Population: 80 people
Target sample size: 50 people
Actual completion: 22 people
Conceptual model utilized for question development
Survey and Interview Sampling Design
Interviews:
5 questions
3 participating individuals
Chosen based on specific demographics
Conceptual model and survey questions were utilized for question development

Summary of Survey Results
Research Problem and Significance
Consequently, it is imperative that the United States and the international community work together to combat the rise of ISIS.
Research Problem:
Does the American public believe that ISIS is a threat to U.S. security and our way of life, and that international involvement is necessary to combat ISIS.
The rise of isis and the U.S. and International response
By: juliana Melton

Summary of Survey Results
Summary of Survey Results
Summary of Interviews
Recommendations for Improvement
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