CCJS 100 FINAL EXAMINATION STUDY GUIDE

CCJS 100 FINAL EXAMINATION STUDY GUIDE - CCJS 100 FINAL...

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Unformatted text preview: CCJS 100 FINAL EXAMINATION STUDY GUIDE This study guide will assist you in focusing on the material you need to study in order to successfully complete the final examination. This examination is more difficult than the first two, and is 10 questions longer, because it is the final examination and carries more weight. This should not be problematic if you utilize the study guide. Be sure and bring several #2 pencils with erasers to the final examinationpencils will not be provided. You will receive further instructions upon arrival at the examination. Good luck. Familiarize yourself with what the text has to say concerning the Age of Enlightenment. Review text and notes concerning the Pennsylvania (Penitentiary) and Auburn (Silent Congregate) systems. Review your text and notes concerning the various correctional models that America has operated under over the years. Familiarize yourself with the central goal of the community corrections....
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course CCJS 100 taught by Professor Gaston during the Fall '07 term at Maryland.

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CCJS 100 FINAL EXAMINATION STUDY GUIDE - CCJS 100 FINAL...

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