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Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on United States soil, the intelligence community has been scrutinized on how it performs its functions. Consequently, the 9/11 Commission made several recommendations on how to improve the quality of intelligence analysis. Those charges and the United States' involvement in a war in Iraq have spawned additional charges of the Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on United States soil, the intelligence community has been scrutinized on how it performs its functions. Consequently, the 9/11 Commission made several recommendations on how to improve the quality of intelligence analysis. Those charges and the United States' involvement in a war in Iraq have spawned additional charges of the politicization of intelligence. All this is being played out as the Intelligence Community has reformed and reconfigured itself with newly created departments supported by an expanded and inexperienced workforce that was never envisioned when the intelligence community was formally established in 1947. First published in the 1970s, the classic book An Introduction to Intelligence Research and Analysis was used by intelligence analysts to track and monitor the Communist threat. Although today's environment has changed considerably since the Cold War, intelligence analysts still need to understand the basics of intelligence analysis. The book focuses on how to do research, what qualities are needed to be an intelligence analyst, and what methods can be employed to help in producing products. To avoid politicization, intelligence analysts should strive to become more transparent in their methodology of how they arrived at their conclusions. Intelligence Research and Analysis provides several methods to assist in that end.


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Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on United States soil, the intelligence community has been scrutinized on how it performs its functions. Consequently, the 9/11 Commission made several recommendations on how to improve the quality of intelligence analysis. Those charges and the United States' involvement in a war in Iraq have spawned additional charges of the Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on United States soil, the intelligence community has been scrutinized on how it performs its functions. Consequently, the 9/11 Commission made several recommendations on how to improve the quality of intelligence analysis. Those charges and the United States' involvement in a war in Iraq have spawned additional charges of the politicization of intelligence. All this is being played out as the Intelligence Community has reformed and reconfigured itself with newly created departments supported by an expanded and inexperienced workforce that was never envisioned when the intelligence community was formally established in 1947. First published in the 1970s, the classic book An Introduction to Intelligence Research and Analysis was used by intelligence analysts to track and monitor the Communist threat. Although today's environment has changed considerably since the Cold War, intelligence analysts still need to understand the basics of intelligence analysis. The book focuses on how to do research, what qualities are needed to be an intelligence analyst, and what methods can be employed to help in producing products. To avoid politicization, intelligence analysts should strive to become more transparent in their methodology of how they arrived at their conclusions. Intelligence Research and Analysis provides several methods to assist in that end.

44 review for An Introduction to Intelligence Research and Analysis (Scarecrow Professional Intelligence) (Security and Professional Intelligence Education Series)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Naomi Dschaak

    Great introduction to the world of Intel!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jim Garrett

    This was my first textbook in college for my intelligence courses. It's a good book. It's dry but remember it isn't supposed to be a novel. There were some concepts a bit to advanced for me. Once he gets into the math of it it became super slow reading for me. But it's very informative. This was my first textbook in college for my intelligence courses. It's a good book. It's dry but remember it isn't supposed to be a novel. There were some concepts a bit to advanced for me. Once he gets into the math of it it became super slow reading for me. But it's very informative.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Miami University Libraries

    Clauser's Introduction has been published since the 1970's, providing assistance on how to perform research for an intelligence-gathering community, qualities sought in intelligence analysts, and helpful methods toward employment in an intelligence environment. View it in the MUL Catalog. Clauser's Introduction has been published since the 1970's, providing assistance on how to perform research for an intelligence-gathering community, qualities sought in intelligence analysts, and helpful methods toward employment in an intelligence environment. View it in the MUL Catalog.

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