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Write & Wrong: Writing Within Criminal Justice



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Many students enter college with below average research and writing skills, and as a result, when they are required to do library research or write papers, their work is often unsatisfactory. It is important that students learn how to properly research information and present it in a coherent and well organized manner as early in their college careers as possible. This new student workbook aims to improve undergraduate students' writing quality through writing exercises and reference guides. Students can use this workbook throughout the semester and refer to the reference guides as needed in future classes as they progress through their criminal justice program. The workbook also includes space for the students to write notes and record important information they learn in the lectures.An exhaustive Instructor's Manual is also available

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