Thoroughly updated to reflect content in the new edition, the Study Guide helps you maximize your study efforts and your course success. Each chapter includes Learning Objectives, a Chapter Summary, Key Terms and concepts, and a Self-Test, which consists of multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, true/false, and essay questions all coded to the text's Learning Objectives. Each question in the Self-Test section tests you on a Learning Objective; the Learning Objective to which each question correlates is cited in the Answer Key (which is included). Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.163) 3. pledge system (LO1, p. 158) 13. reform, (LO3, p. 163) 4. tithings (LO1, p. 158) 14. LEAA (LO4, p. 164) 5. watch (LO1, p. 158) 15. 1970a#39;s (LO7, p. 164) 6. Henry Fielding (LO2, p. 159) 16. U.S. Marshals (LO7, p. 168) 7. biometrics (LO9, p.
|Title||:||Study Guide for Siegel's Introduction to Criminal Justice, 14th|
|Author||:||Siegel, Larry J.|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2013-04-02|