Introductory Criminal Justice Statistics and Data Analysis
Waveland Press, Incorporated, 2015 - Criminal justice, Administration of - 273 pages
The latest edition of this user-friendly statistics and data analysis text is enriched by undated material and the successful teaching and research experiences of the lead author and new coauthor, Kristie Blevins. Their goal is to help students understand the logic of statistical reasoning and expose them to a variety of research situations in the context of criminal justice. The authors present basic statistical principles and practices on which students build knowledge and data analysis skills. Both mathematical procedures and guidelines for using SPSS to manipulate information are included.
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