Guard against Inadvertent Plagiarism (Turabian, §7.9, 81-83); Reasons for Citing Your Sources (Turabian, §15.1, 139-140); The Requirements of Citations (Turabian, §15.2, 140-142); Ch. 18, Author-Date Style: The Basic Form (Turabian, 223–235)
Extra credit (4 pts)
What issues, actors, and dynamics does "security" (or "security studies") encompass?
With which terms or concepts in the detailed (table of) contents are you familiar?
Did Patrick's article change your thinking about "security"? How so, or why not?
Which is better: a "traditional" definition of security or a "newer" one? Why?