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ISBN:0130985171
Author: Jon L. Proctor,Diane M. Badzinski
ISBN13: 978-0130985170
Title: Student Workbook
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Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1 edition (November 24, 2001)
Pages: 144

Student Workbook by Jon L. Proctor,Diane M. Badzinski



Introductory Statistics for Criminal Justice and Criminology. by Jon L. Proctor and Diane M. Badzinski. This book makes statistical concepts digestible using Microsoft Excel, the software most likely to be used in the workplace, versus more sophisticated packages.

by Jon L. Author Bio. Proctor, Jon L. : Indiana University, South Bend. Badzinski, Diane M. : Bethel College. shop us with confidence. Expertly curated help for Introductory Statistics for Criminal Justice and Criminology - Student Workbook. Plus easy-to-understand solutions written by experts for thousands of other textbooks.

Introductory Statistics for Criminal Justice and Criminology. Introductory Statistics for Criminal Justice and Criminology - Student Workbook by. Jon L. Proctor, Diane M.

Throughout the book, key terms are defined and printed in bold type. At the end of most chapters, problem sets are provided requiring students to calculate and interpret different statistical tests. Also we recommend: An Introduction to Logic: The Criticism of Arguments. The Coloring Book: A Comedian Solves Race Relations in America.

Student workbook introductory statistics for criminal justice and criminology. Proctor (Author) Diane M. Badzinski (Author). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Jon L. Proctor, Indiana University, South Bend. Diane M. Badzinski, Bethel College. Criminal justice as a major academic discipline has seen expansive growth over the past decade, and a strong undergraduate statistics book is essential for adherence to recent standards set by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Unlike other statistics books-which are often too complex and lengthy for undergraduates-this text makes statistical concepts digestible for criminal justice students, and covers the basics of criminal justice statistics in a typical 10-15 week course.

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Publisher:Prentice Hall. Author: Proctor, Jon . Badzinski, Diane . Publication Date:2001-11-14. ISBN-13:9780130985170. Number of Pages:144 Pages. Books Dimensions:276 x 216 x 10 mm. Format of ebooks: PDF(Acrobat Reader) or Word version doc Document. Brief introduction of ebooks.

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The science of criminal justice has seen expansive growth over the past decade, and new standards have been set by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. This book makes statistical concepts digestible using Microsoft Excel, the software most likely to be used in the workplace, versus more sophisticated packages. Focuses on basic techniques, computations, and practical applications rather than on technical explanations and overly advanced techniques. Offers real and hypothetical examples throughout. Presents in each chapter a problem and solution that introduces the topic to be discussed, and defines and illustrates the relevant statistical procedures. An accessible reference for novices as well as criminal justice practitioners.