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Research Methods for Criminal Justice


Teaching and learning research methods can be an arduous task, especially if students do not have a clear understanding and acceptance of why learning the skills of conducting research and the knowledge obtained from reading research are so important to their academic and career development. Rese...

Service-Oriented Computing and System Integration: Software, IoT, Big Data, and AI as Services

Author(s): Yinong Chen, GENNARO DE LUCA

New Eighth Edition Now Available! Service-Oriented Computing and System Integration: Software, IoT, Big Data, and AI as Services focuses on service-oriented computing, web application development, and service-oriented system integration. It covers WSDL services, RESTful services, their developmen...

The Manual for Integrated Campaigns

Author(s): David Regan

The Manual for Integrated Campaigns guides readers through the journey of building an effective brand communications campaign. Whether you produce the campaign by yourself or with an agency team, this publication walks you through the appropriate steps in the process. By incorporating this process, ...

Crafting Your Message: Practical Lessons in Management Communications

Author(s): Randy Felsenthal, JOAN FINLEY

Crafting Your Message is a uniquely practical workbook designed for you, the instructor, to have the tools to teach complex concepts resulting in your students’ developing skills in crafting effective management communications.  Joan and Randy believe communications are multi-dimensional and require...

Fashion: Who, When, Why, Where?

Author(s): Edith Schneider

The emphasis of Fashion: Who, When, Why, Where? is based on logic developments and consequences, because it is more important to know what effects the invention of the steam engine has on fashion or why we use insects to dye our lipsticks (or the strawberry Frappuccino from Starbucks for that matter...

Write Outside: Outdoor Activities and Writing Prompts for English Composition

Author(s): Amy L. Hess

Write Outside is a handbook for college-level English composition courses. In addition to providing explanations and examples of effective writing strategies, the text includes outdoor activities and writing prompts that bridge and reinforce those key concepts. As one of the best ways to clear our m...

General Psychology: Lecture Notes and Study Guide

Author(s): James Jakubow

*This is a physical version of the lecture notes guide that you will receive on the KHPcontent website and is made available to be purchased for your convenience.*  *This will NOT give you access to the main text or the accompanying resources required for this course.*  , basic_html