Research Methods and Statistics in Criminal Justice: An Introduction (with InfoTrac)
Formerly a Nelson Hall title, this comprehensive introduction to the basics of criminal justice research introduces simple research methodologies and gradually advances to more complicated ones. The text describes elementary descriptive and inferential statistics, demonstrates research techniques, and examines the various scientific perspectives used in research today. This approach encourages students to think critically about the research they will encounter in their studies as well as think about ways they can conduct their own research.
Specifications of Research Methods and Statistics in Criminal Justice: An Introduction (with InfoTrac)
|Author||Jack Fitzgerald, Steven Cox|
|Number Of Pages||368|
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