Embarking on a university degree can be a daunting business and this book is an invaluable resource for those beginning the journey. Written especially for Criminology students it guides readers right through their studies, combining practical advice with realistic assessments of the constraints within which many students work. Subjects range from time management to entering the job market as a Criminology graduate, via how to write an essay when the library shelves have emptied. Lecturers will be reassured that students are also offered advice on issues such as using Internet sites judiciously and choosing a manageable dissertation topic. In short, Study Skills for Criminology will give confidence to anyone anticipating the start of their Criminology degree, or facing a critical point in their studies, as well as those who are simply interested in finding out more about what studying Criminology at university entails. A first class read!' - Dr Yvonne Jewkes, Reader in Criminology, The Open University Whether you are contemplating a degree in criminology or criminal justice, embarking on your course or starting to think about life after graduation, this book will be of relevance to you.You will frequently start out with a question and the initial reaction is often to go straight to the library and search for ... it is not uncommon while writing the essay that you sit there thinking, a#39;Ia#39;m sure Ia#39;ve read something on that somewherea#39;, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Study Skills for Criminology|
|Author||:||John Harrison, Mark Simpson, Olwen Harrison, MS Emma Martin|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2005-08-18|