Police Science Abstracts

Police Science Abstracts

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105061388570

Category: Crime

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Bimonthly. Worldwide literature (journal articles and monographs) about police work, including organization and administration, operations, forensic sciences, and forensic medicine. Classified arrangement. Each entry gives bibliographical information and brief to lengthy abstract. Subject, author indexes.

Social Science Reference Sources

Social Science Reference Sources

Author: Tze-chung Li

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313304831

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 534

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Now in its third edition, this essential guide to basic reference sources in the social sciences provides evaluative entries for approximately 1,600 works in anthropology, business, economics, education, geography, history, law, political science, psychology, and sociology. The first part of the book includes chapters on general sources, while the second contains chapters on reference works in particular disciplines. Most titles published before 1980, which appear in the second edition, have been dropped, while a large number of electronic sources, including more than 200 web sites, have been added. In recognition of the proliferation of electronic information resources, the volume provides brief descriptions of the features and search methods of several online vendors.

Information Sources in the Social Sciences

Information Sources in the Social Sciences

Author: David Fisher

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783110949322

Category: Reference

Page: 526

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The aim of each volume of this series Guides to Information Sources is to reduce the time which needs to be spent on patient searching and to recommend the best starting point and sources most likely to yield the desired information. The criteria for selection provide a way into a subject to those new to the field and assists in identifying major new or possibly unexplored sources to those who already have some acquaintance with it. The series attempts to achieve evaluation through a careful selection of sources and through the comments provided on those sources.

Basic Concepts in the Methodology of the Social Sciences

Basic Concepts in the Methodology of the Social Sciences

Author: Johann Mouton

Publisher: HSRC Press

ISBN: 0796906483

Category: Humanities

Page: 300

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This book consists of three major sections. In the first, which includes chapters 1 to 7, the basic concepts of the methodology of the social social sciences are discussed. In the second, chapters 8 and 9, the most important concepts of part one are integrated in discussions on the writing of research proposals and research reports. The third section (appendices) consists of three "case studies" in which the most important methodological principles which were discussed in the preceding sections are illustrated.

Policing in Smart Societies

Policing in Smart Societies

Author: Antoinette Verhage

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 3030836843

Category: Social Science

Page: 138

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Smart societies pose new challenges for police organizations. Demands for more efficiency and effectiveness test police organizations which are often resistant to change. This book uses the concept of the abstract police to describe the way in which police organizations have tried to adapt to these new evolutions and the consequences. The chapters stem from a conference called “Street Policing in a Smart Society” which sought to frame and analyse these developments in policing. In this book, the concept of the abstract police is introduced, analysed and then challenged from different angles, looking at the evolutions related to technology, plural policing, police discretion and police decision making. As such, the book is a reflection of current debates on policing and police organization, aiming to give input to the debate by providing new insights on police and police work.

Research Methods for Criminology and Criminal Justice

Research Methods for Criminology and Criminal Justice

Author: M. L. Dantzker

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: 0750699515

Category: Law

Page: 284

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Research should be enjoyable - whether it is a college student completing a project for a degree or a professor meeting requirements or expectations associated with his or her position. Learning the basics for conducting research is the first step. This text is a reader-friendly primer which has as its strength the facility to positively and gently ease the reader into the task of conducting research. Each chapter begins with a vignette, describing a hypothetical situation in which students might find themselves. By chapter's end, students should be equipped with the knowledge on how to address the confusion or problem presented in the appropriate scenario. Another pedagogical tool is the Methodological Link which refers to excerpts from actual criminal justice and criminological research, the full text which is available in a companion text Readings for Research Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Each chapter also ends with Methodological Queries, questions and exercises requiring students to apply what has been learned. Uses practical examples from criminal justice scenarios to bring complex and involved issues to life Hypothetical scenarios at the beginning of each chapter Shows the relevance of research methodology to the practical problems of everyday criminal justice operations in a reader-friendly manner