The Criminal Justice Student Writer's Manual

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 - Law - 274 pages
This book is designed to teach users how to conduct criminal justice research and write papers in the discipline. It includes coverage of the writing process and the mechanics of writing, how to conduct research and cite sources, and guidelines for writing several different types of common criminal justice papers. Up-to-date information on criminal justice research on the World Wide Web offers readers current strategies and resources for Internet research. For anyone conducting research and/or producing writing in the criminal justice field.

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William A. Johnson is an assistant professor of Classics at the University of Cincinnati.

University of Central Oklahoma

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