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Criminal Law Directions 3/e (Directions series) By Nicola Monaghan

Criminal Law Directions 3/e (Directions series)
by Nicola Monaghan

Criminal Law Directions is written in an engaging and lively manner with an emphasis on explaining the key principles of Criminal Law with clarity. The book includes helpful learning features to guide students through the material in an interesting and informative way.
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Criminal Law Directions is written in an engaging and lively manner with an emphasis on explaining the key topics of Criminal Law courses with clarity. The book incorporates a wide range of learning features to offer students a high level of support. Learning objectives, thinking points, and a wide selection of tables and figures encourage active learning to ensure students understand the fundamental facts and principles, and enabling students to check their understanding of the subject as they progress through the course. Each chapter is finished with a run-down of the main topic points, a selection of short revision questions, as well as two long examination style questions. Outline answers to these questions are available online. The book's clear structure and cross-referencing enables students to navigate easily through the many aspects of criminal law, making this an ideal text for students new to the subject. An extensive Online Resource Centre provides a wide range of extra resources to further support the student in their studies, including: * Multiple choice questions * Flashcard glossary * Suggested approaches to the end of chapter exam questions . Suggested approaches to the end of chapter self-test questions

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Sku
GOR006134471
Title
Criminal Law Directions 3/e (Directions series)
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Year published
Number of pages
464
ISBN 10
0198702280
ISBN 13
9780198702283
Prizes
N/A
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