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Custom Enrichment Module: Six Steps to Effective Writing in Criminal Justice,9780534172916

Custom Enrichment Module: Six Steps to Effective Writing in Criminal Justice

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1st
ISBN13:

9780534172916

ISBN10:
0534172911
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
10/28/2002
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

This compact resource is intended to aid students in developing strong writing skills and to help them prepare for their academic and professional pursuits. The authors approach writing as a series of skills to be applied at each stage of the writing process: generating ideas, developing and planning, drafting, revising, and editing. Sample writing topics, examples, formats, and sample papers reflect the criminal justice discipline, providing a complement to classroom instruction and discussion.

Table of Contents

Thinking About Writing Projects
1(11)
Building the Paper's Structure
12(22)
Preparing to Write
34(12)
Drafting
46(14)
Revising at the Content Level
60(14)
Revision: Evaluating Sentence Structure and Style
74(12)
Appendix A Practitioner Research Report Example 86(3)
Appendix B Administrative Reports 89(3)
Appendix C Investigative Reports 92


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