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Andragogical Instruction for Effective Police Training

Robert F. Vodde
ISBN: 9781604976083

This groundbreaking book details a two-year study that examined and compared the efficacy of an andragogical instructional methodology to that of a traditional, pedagogical, militaristic format of basic police training. Read More..

Comparing American and British Legal Education Systems:

Lessons for Commonwealth African Law Schools
Kenneth K. Mwenda
ISBN: 9781934043516

What is the difference between a law degree in the US and the UK? Dr. Kenneth Mwenda, a well-seasoned international lawyer and academic, guides us through the specific details and illuminates the core differences. Read More..

The Constitution, Race, and Renewed Relevance of Original Intent:

Reclaiming the Lost Opportunity of Federalism
Donald Lively
ISBN: 9781604975628

This publication is particularly relevant at a time when racial dynamics are in flux and the law, particularly interpretation of the law, has become largely static. This book provides significant insights that increasingly will reflect understanding of racial reality in the twenty-first century. Read More..

Corruption in Tanzania:

The Case for Circumstantial Evidence
Edward Hoseah
ISBN: 9781604975932

This book provides a strong case for circumstantial evidence approaches to improve the effectiveness and contribution of the legal system in the fight against corruption. Read More..

Countermeasures, the International Legal System, and Environmental Violations:

When Two Wrongs Make A Right for the Environment
Hjörtur B. Sverrisson
ISBN: 9781604975406

This landmark book examines the law of countermeasures in the context of violations of international legal environmental obligations of states. It reviews the source of authority of states, namely, sovereignty, its interaction with the notion of international law and the limitation of the latter. Read More..

Counterterrorism and the Comparative Law of Investigative Detention

Dan Stigall
ISBN: 9781604976182

This book is the first focused look at the concept of investigative detention and counterterrorism, and is the first to analyze in detail the comparative law of investigative detention in the United States, the United Kingdom, and France. It is an important book for all those who study comparative law, national security, and counterterrorism, and for policymakers and those seeking solutions to complex problems involving detention of terrorist suspects. Read More..

Defamation, Libel Tourism and the Speech Act of 2010:

The First Amendment Colliding with the Common Law
Harry Melkonian
ISBN: 9781604977264

"As Harry Melkonian points out in his highly readable book, the SPEECH Act can fairly be described as a prompt legislative response to a non-existent problem ... this book is a significant contribution to the comparative literature on the principles of defamation law applicable in the English speaking world ... [and] a valuable and accessible primer on the principal decisions and trends in American and English defamation law and a plea to American courts, when considering whether to recognise and enforce foreign defamation judgments, to look to comity rather than jingoism." - Media & Arts Law Review Read More..

Domestic Violence Law Reform and Women’s Experience in Court:

The Implementation of Feminist Reforms in Civil Proceedings
Rosemary Hunter
ISBN: 9781604975758

This study investigates the ways in which women’s experiences of domestic violence are heard and understood in civil court settings, and examines women’s experiences of telling their stories (or at least attempting to do so) in those settings. Read More..

Erotophonophilia:

Investigating Lust Murder
Janet McClellan
ISBN: 9781604976953

This book examines the effectiveness and efficiency of the typologies of lust murder (erotophonophilia) advocated by contemporary researchers, specifically, Godwin, Holmes and Holmes; Keppel and Walter; Kocsis, Cooksey, and Irwin. It is an important book for all students in criminal justice undergraduate and graduate programs, and it is of equally significant interest for law enforcement investigators. Read More..

The FCC and the Politics of Cable TV Regulation, 1952-1980:

Organizational Learning and Policy Development
Michael Zarkin
ISBN: 9781604977226

While other studies have examined the history of cable television regulation, none has fully explained why the FCC struggled to develop regulations during its formative years. In this study, Michael Zarkin helps fill this gap by providing such an explanation through an application of organizational learning theory. This book will be of interest to scholars who study regulatory agencies, the policy process, and communications law and policy. Read More..

 

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