Michael Quinlan, Just Intelligence: Prolegomena to a Just Intelligence Theory

Michael Quinlan, Just Intelligence: Prolegomena to a Just Intelligence Theory, ‘Intelligence and National Security, 22/1 (2007) Part 1 In one paragraph summarise the over-all argument of the journal article above. Then produce a 1-2 page bullet point plan for how the article is structured. 5 marks: Identified and understood the argument presented in the article. Accurately summarised the argument in a way that was clear, concise and easy to understand. Plan demonstrates close and careful reading, identifies contributing arguments and key supporting material. The plan sets out the structure of the article in a clear and concise manner. 4 marks: Identified the argument presented in the article and summarised the argument in a way that was generally clear and concise. Plan covers the key content of the article and gives a basic but accurate explanation of the structure of the article. 3 marks: Shows a sound understanding of the topic of the article but summary does not accurately identify and present the over-all argument made by the author. Plan covers some of the key content of the article but in your opinion misses some key information or simply summarises from the article without showing how this material contributes to the over-all argument. 2 marks: Shows a limited understanding of the subject discussed in the article but misses the over-all argument made by the author. Plan covers some of the content of the essay but misses key pieces of information and does not clearly demonstrate the structure of the article. 1 mark: Misunderstands or misinterprets the argument made by the author of the article. Plan does not accurately represent the structure of the article.