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NCJ Number: 66531 Find in a Library
Title: JUSTICE IMPERATIVE - AN INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE - INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE
Author(s): L R KATZ
Corporate Author: Anderson Publishing Co
Publicity Director
United States of America
Date Published: 1980
Page Count: 38
Sponsoring Agency: Anderson Publishing Co
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Type: Instructional Material
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS IS AN INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE ACCOMPANYING A TEXTBOOK OF THE SAME TITLE, STRUCTURED IN THE SAME CHAPTER SEQUENCE, FOCUSING ON THE SPECIFIC THEMES OF EACH CHAPTER AND PROVIDING QUIZ MATERIAL.
Abstract: THE 13 CHAPTER TOPICS INCLUDE: AMERICAN JUSTICE, THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM, A FAILING IDEAL; POLICING; POLICING THE POLICE; THE PROSECUTING POWER; BAIL AND BAIL REFORM; SCREENING THE CASE; DEFENDING THE ACCUSED; PLEA BARGAINING; THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM, TRIAL AND APPEAL, AND SENTENCING AND PUNISHMENT. THE INSTRUCTOR IS ADVISED TO CORRELATE MATERIAL IN THE APPENDIX OF THE TEXTBOOK WITH APPROPRIATE CHAPTERS. THE INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE PRESENTS SHORT DISCUSSIONS OF THE CHAPTER THEMES AND IDENTIFIES DOMINANT TOPICS WITHIN EACH. FILL-IN, MULTIPLE-CHOICE, AND TRUE-FALSE TYPES OF QUESTIONS ARE SUPPLIED AS QUIZ MATERIAL. RESEARCH EXERCISES AND PROJECTS ARE SUGGESTED. FOR THE TEXTBOOK, SEE NCJ 66530. (MRK)
Index Term(s): Course materials
Note: CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES
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