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NCJ Number: 98661 Find in a Library
Title: Criminal Justice in America, 1959-1984 - An Annotated Bibliography
Author(s): J Dk Hewitt; E D Poole; R M Regoli
Date Published: 1985
Page Count: 354
Sponsoring Agency: Garland Publishing, Inc.
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Sale Source: Garland Publishing, Inc.
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Type: Bibliography
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This annotated bibliography of books, articles, dissertations, and government documents covers approximately 1,000 listings arranged under the headings of police, courts, and corrections. Publications date from 1962-1983.
Abstract: Each section is introduced by a brief essay, and entries are organized according to five topic areas: history, organization, process, issues, and reform. Each area is subdivided into feature categories reflecting contemporary concerns. Citations are presented alphabetically by author. Subject and author indexes are provided. (Author abstract modified)
Index Term(s): Correctional organization; Correctional reform; Corrections policies; Court procedures; Court reform; Court structure; History of corrections; History of criminal justice; History of policing; Police organizational structure; Police policies and procedures; Police reform
Note: Applied Social Science Bibliograhies, V 2.
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