Homeland and National Security: Understanding America’s Past to Protect the Future examines the events that have lead to the establishment of the Department of Defense and how national security has changed since then. The book contains several pedagogical features to facilitate learning and improve the student experience
Learning Objectives provide an overview of topics and skills presented within each chapter.
Key Terms are identified and introduced at the beginning of each chapter, helping students build their vocabulary and knowledge of key approaches and concepts regarding homeland security.
Case Studies provide ample opportunities for students to draw practical connections between the material within the book and real-world scenarios.
End-of-Chapter Practice Problems encourage reflection and test students’ understanding of content presented within each chapter.