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Curriculum Design and Instruction to Teach

Criminology:


Author: Charles Hayes:



Special Features Include:

Phases For Conducting a Needs Assessment:
Curriculum Design Supplement:
Curriculum Design Plan:
Curriculum Design Goals:
Curriculum Design Objectives:
Instructional Goals:
Instructional Objectives:
Instructional Activities:
Instructional Evaluation Techniques:
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Difficult Terminology To Be Utilized:
Standard Vocabulary:
Curriculum Design Supplement:
A Limited Glimpse:


Topics Include:

@ Crime and the development of capitalism:

Crime in Capitalist Society:

* Introduction:

1. Marxist Analysis of Crime:

2. Crime in the Development of Capitalism:

3. The Political Economy of Criminal Justice:

4. Beyond Criminal Justice:

@ Law enforcement and criminal justice:

Punishment and Correction:

1. Custody and Punishment in Prison:

2. Social Organization of the Prison:

3. Institutional Treatment:

4. From Treatment to Modification of Behavior:

5. Probation and Parole:

6. Juvenile Delinquency Programs in the Community:

7. Community-Based Corrections:

8. Capital Punishment:

9. Politics of Custody and Punishment:

10. Diversion from the System of Criminal Justice:

@ Law enforcement and criminal justice:

Prosecution and Adjudication:

1. Judicial Administration:

2. Pretrial Proceedings and Nontrial Adjudication:

3. Prosecution and Negotiation in the Court:

4. Prosecution and Defense in the Adversary System:

5. The Criminal Lawyer:

6. Criminal Trial:

7. Sentencing:


@ Law Enforcement and criminal justice:

Police In The Community:

1. Development of the Police:

2. Regulation and Discretion in Law Enforcement:

3. Policing the Community:

4. Police Organization and Ideology:

5. Selective Law Enforcement:

6. Police-Community Relations:


@ Patterns Of Crime: Conventional Crime:

1. Ecology of Conventional Crime:

2. Conventional Criminal Behavior:

3. Crimes of Violence:

4. Crimes against Property:

5. Professional Property Crime:

6. Crimes of Public Order:

7. Victims of Crime:

@ Patterns Of Crime: Crimes of the Economy:

1. Crimes against the Worder:

2. Occupational and Professional Crime:

3. Corportate Crime:

4. Organized Crime:

5. Crime, Business, and the State:


@ Patterns Of Crime: Crimes of the State:

1. Crimes Against Citizens' Rights:

2. Conventional Crimes in Law Enforcement:

3. Crimes of Provocation:

4. Crimes of War:

5. Watergate-Beneath and Beyond:

* STATE OF THE ART CURRICULUM:

* NEW:

* INCLUDES BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES:

* COLOR & B & W PHOTOS:

* PAPERBACK:

* TITLE PAGE: WHITE:

* TRANSPARENT FRONT PAGE:

* BLACK OR WHITE BACK PAGE COVER:

* FONT ARIAL BLACK: FONT SIZE 8 TO 10:

* FONT COLOR: BLACK-RED-BLUE:

* BINDED: WIRE-0: COLOR: BLACK-

WHITE-RED-BLUE:

* 100 PAGES: 8x11"

* ALLOW 7 TO 14 DAYS TO RECEIVE ITEM:

* Copyright 2007 Charles Hayes:

@ Criminal Law: Criminal Laws In The United States:

1. Religous Foundations:

2. Protecting the Political Order:

3. Promoting American Business:

4. The Health Industry:

5. Regulating Occupational Practice:

6. Psychiatry and Sexual-Psychopath Laws:

7. Economics in the Sunday Sales Law:

8. Origins of Juvenile Justice:

9. Controlling Morality and the Social Orders:


@ Criminal Law: Legal Order and Crime Control:

1. Legal Order of the State:

2. Development of Criminal Law:

3. Legislating Crime Control:

4. National Law Enforcement:

5. Crime Control by the Department of Justice:

6. The New Justice Model:


@ The study of crime:Ideology

and the Image of Crime:

1. Investigations of Crime:

2. The War on Crime:

3. Public Opinion about Crime:

4. Ideology in the Mass Media:

5. Use and Meaning of Criminal Statistics:

6. Criminal Statistics as Measures of Crime:

7. Politics of Crime Rates:

8. Demystifying the Ideology of Crime:


@ The Study Of Crime: Theory and

Method in Criminology:

1. Development of Criminology:

2. Research Methods and Modes of Inquiry:

3. Criminology and Crime Control:

4. A Critical-Marxist Criminology:

* STATE OF THE ART CURRICULUM:

* NEW:

* INCLUDES BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES:

* COLOR & B & W PHOTOS:

* PAPERBACK:

* TITLE PAGE: WHITE:

* TRANSPARENT FRONT PAGE:

* BLACK OR WHITE BACK PAGE COVER:

* FONT ARIAL BLACK: FONT SIZE 8 TO 10:

* FONT COLOR: BLACK-RED-BLUE:

* BINDED: WIRE-0: COLOR: BLACK-

WHITE-RED-BLUE:

* 250 PAGES: 8x11"

* RECEIVE A MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE IN

CRIMINAL JUSTICE AFTER PASSING THE

EXAMINATIONS IN THE CURRICULUM

DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION:

* ALLOW 20 TO 30 DAYS TO RECEIVE ITEM:

* Copyright 2007 Charles Hayes:

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