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NCJ Number: 68903 Find in a Library
Title: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE - PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL
Author(s): G D PERRINE
Date Published: 1980
Page Count: 62
Sponsoring Agency: West Publishing Co
St Paul, MN 55164
Sale Source: West Publishing Co
610 Opperman Drive
P.O. Box 64526
St Paul, MN 55164
United States of America
Type: Instructional Material
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL IS INTENDED TO ACCOMPANY A TEXTBOOK WRITTEN FOR USE IN CALIFORNIA'S COLLEGE COURSES ON PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF JUSTICE.
Abstract: THE COURSE STUDIES THE ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH PART OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: LAW ENFORCEMENT, JUDICIARY, AND CORRECTIONS. COURSE LENGTH IS THREE SEMESTER UNITS OR FOUR QUARTER UNITS. THE TEACHING MANUAL CONSISTS MAINLY OF TEST QUESTIONS GROUPED ACCORDING TO THE TEXTBOOK'S CHAPTERS. INCLUDED ARE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS, TRUE-FALSE QUESTIONS, AND ESSAY QUESTIONS. ALSO INCLUDED ARE A SAMPLE COURSE DESCRIPTION, LISTS OF COURSE GOALS AND PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES, A COURSE OUTLINE, LIST OF INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS, AND A LIST OF METHODS FOR EVALUATING STUDENTS. FOR THE TEXTBOOK, SEE NCJ 68902.
Index Term(s): California; Course materials; Criminal justice education; Instructional aids
Note: CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERIES
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