General overview of research methods and statistics using criminal justice data as a backdrop. This book addresses ethics, research designs, sampling, data collection strategies, computers and also includes statistical tables.
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Presented from a social science perspective, this unique text introduces techniques and procedures for conducting research investigations and analyzing data with respect to criminal justice and criminology. While much of the language has been simplified for the beginner, several topics are included that are usually addressed in more advanced discussions.From the Back Cover:
This text details how to conduct research for criminal investigations and how to statistically analyze it. It employs extensive use of examples from actual research conducted in criminal justice and criminology, with real "hands-on" applications, and step-by-step instructions; easy-to-understand presentations amply illustrated with tables and graphs; a comprehensive glossary, questions and problems to solve at chapter ends; and suggested readings. For criminologists, public administrators, and all those interested in criminal justice.
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