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NCJ Number: 67401 Find in a Library
Title: INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE - 2ND EDITION INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL
Author(s): R D PURSLEY
Corporate Author: Glencoe Publishing Co, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 110
Sponsoring Agency: Glencoe Publishing Co, Inc
Encino, CA 91316
Type: Training (Handbook/Manual)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL IS DESIGNED FOR USE WITH THE TEXTBOOK 'INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE,' INTENDED FOR A BEGINNING COLLEGE-LEVEL COURSE ON THE SUBJECT.
Abstract: THE COURSE SHOULD PLACE PRIMARY EMPHASIS ON THE TEXT, WITH THIS MANUAL PROVIDING A SUPPLEMENTARY TESTING AND ANSWER SOURCE FOR THE INSTRUCTOR. PATTERNED AFTER THE TEXTBOOK, THE MANUAL ALSO CONTAINS 17 CHAPTERS ORGANIZED INTO 6 DIVISIONS ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING TOPICS: INTRODUCTION, CRIME AND CRIMINAL LAW, LAW ENFORCEMENT, THE COURT, CORRECTIONS, AND THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM. FOR EACH CHAPTER, THERE IS AN OUTLINE OF KEY CONCEPTS, A COMPLETE SET OF ANSWERS FOR REVIEW AND DISCUSSION QUESTIONS, AND A TEST BANK CONSISTING OF MULTIPLE-CHOICE, TRUE-FALSE, MATCHING QUESTIONS. IT IS SUGGESTED THAT THE INSTRUCTOR USE THE TEST BANK TO DETERMINE IF STUDENTS HAVE UNDERSTOOD AND RETAINED THE CHAPTER OBJECTIVES OUTLINED AT THE START OF EACH CHAPTER IN THE TEXT. FOR THE TEXTBOOK, SEE NCJRS 67400. (MRK)
Index Term(s): Correctional institutions (adult); Correctional reform; Court structure; Court system; Crime Causes; Criminal justice education; Criminal justice statistics; Criminal proceedings; Juvenile justice system; Law enforcement; Laws and Statutes; Parole; Probation
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