CFP: “Intelligence: Analysis, Tradecraft, Training, Education, and Practical Application” Journal of Strategic Security
dline: June 1, 2013
The Journal of Strategic Security (JSS), a publication of Henley-Putnam University, seeks manuscripts for an upcoming issue on intelligence analytic tradecraft, training, education, and practical application for the Fall 2013 issue, Vol. 6, No. 3.
The Fall 2013 issue of JSS is a venue for authors to share ideas and exchange information about best practices and lessons learned in the field of intelligence studies. How are intelligence skills applied in different contexts and industries? Are intelligence-related skills best taught in the classroom or “caught” through on-the-job training, and how much does the answer depend on the desired outcome of the instruction?
Papers could focus on intelligence-related topics that include discussion of the merits and shortcomings of various structured analytic techniques coupled with case studies. Submissions might also propose new methods, tools, and applications of intelligence tradecraft in diverse environments. Authors from business, government, and academic sectors are encouraged to submit their intelligence research for this issue of the Journal of Strategic Security.
Manuscripts will also be considered that address how intelligence is utilized in a variety of cross-disciplinary domains, including: homeland security, law enforcement, military, state and local governments, academia, and the private sector.
The Journal looks forward to reading submissions by the June 1st, 2013 deadline. Proposals and inquiries are welcome. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.