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NCJ Number: 186051 Find in a Library
Title: Legal and Justice Studies Workbook
Author(s): Scott Beattie
Date Published: 1999
Page Count: 161
Sponsoring Agency: Federation Press (Distributed by Gaunt)
Annandale, NSW 2038, Australia
Publication Number: ISBN 1-86287-319-4
Sale Source: Federation Press (Distributed by Gaunt)
71 Johnson Street
P.O. Box 45
Annandale, NSW 2038,
Australia
Type: Training (Handbook/Manual)
Format: Book (Softbound)
Language: English
Country: Australia
Annotation: This workbook presents a collection of workshops and exercises intended to provide a practical, skills-based program to help beginning students at Australian universities develop the research and study skills necessary for legal and justice studies.
Abstract: The manual also aims to provide a reference guide for use in students’ later studies and careers. The introduction notes that the workbook does not cover the theory of legal and justice studies. The introduction also advises students to become familiar with their universities’ computer resources and to complete seven preliminary exercises to become familiar with the technology. The workshop units focus on writing an essay, referencing, humanities and social science research skills, legal research skills, writing a court report, ensuring objectivity in academic writing, and style in academic writing. Additional units focus on preparing a paper for submission, using the Internet academically, research methods and data, field research methods and research variations, and further avenues and feedback. Case examples, checklists, illustrations, forms, index, and appended guidelines for spoken presentations
Main Term(s): Criminology
Index Term(s): Access to legal information; Australia; Computer aided operations; Criminal justice research; Foreign criminal justice research; Higher education; Legal research; Report writing; Research methods
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