Fundamentals of research in criminology and criminal justice.
Fundamentals of research in criminology criminology, the study of crime, society's response to it, and its prevention, including examination of the environmental, hereditary, or psychological causes of crime, modes of criminal investigation and conviction, and the efficacy of punishment or correction (see and criminal justice.
Bachman, Ronet and Russell K. Schutt.
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Written for use in undergraduate courses in criminal justice and criminology, this textbook covers the basics in developing research skills using actual case studies. Ethical decision-making is stressed throughout the text, and exercises are designed by Bachman (U. of Delaware) and Schutt (U. of Massachusetts) to teach beginning students how to combine qualitative and quantitative research Quantitative research
Use of advanced econometric and mathematical valuation models to identify the firms with the best possible prospectives. Antithesis of qualitative research. methods in the investigation process. Now in its third edition, this volume has been expanded to include a CD-ROM CD-ROM: see compact disc.
in full compact disc read-only memory
Type of computer storage medium that is read optically (e.g., by a laser). that offers PowerPoint presentations, test questions and recommended assignments in the field.
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