Criminal Justice Internships : Theory Into Practice
By: McBride, R. Bruce.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2015Edition: 8th ed.Description: 1 online resource (224 p.).ISBN: 9781315721859.Subject(s): | | | | | | Criminal justice, Administration of -- Study and teaching (Internship) | Criminal justice, Administration of -- Study and teaching (Internship) -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Criminal Justice Internships : Theory Into PracticeDDC classification: 364.97307155 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Figures; Preface; Online Resources; Part I. Pre-Internship Considerations; 1. Introduction to Internships; What Is an Internship?; Why Intern?; Background of Internships; Educational Goals; Knowledge Acquisition; Knowledge Application; Skills Development; Personal Development; Professional Development; About This Book; Highlights for the Eighth Edition; Conclusion; 2. Preparing for Your Internship in the Age of Transparency; Introduction; Cautions and Encouragements; Entering the Blogosphere: Encouragements
Entering the Blogosphere: CautionsSocial Networking: Encouragements; Social Networking: Cautions; Online Videos: Encouragements; Online Videos: Cautions; What If?; Posting a Résumé Online; 3. The Placement Process; Choosing an Appropriate Site; Finding the Site That's Right for You; Writing a Résumé; Cover Letters; Follow-Up Calls and E-Mail; The Internship Interview; Background Screening; The Issue of Pay; Liability and Insurance; Conclusion; Part II. Professional Concerns; 4. Setting Goals and Identifying Educational Objectives; Introduction; Goal; Setting Realistic Goals; Types of Goals
Developing Learning Objectives for Your GoalsMethodology for Assessing Progress; Conclusion; 5. Your Role as an Intern; Introduction; Experiential Stages; Anticipatory Socialization; Initial Entry; Probationary Period; Accommodation; Productive Worker and Role Management; Termination; What If?; Conclusion; 6. Being a Participant-Observer; Participant Observation; Data Collection; The Unstructured Interview; Data Recording; One Final Word of Caution; 7. Intern Supervision; Definition of Supervision; Faculty Supervisor; Agency Supervisor; Peer Support; Conclusion
8. Ethics in Practice: GuidelinesIntroduction; Codes of Ethics; Ethical Standards for the Emerging Professional; Corruption and Misconduct; Working at Your Competence Level; Maintaining Confidentiality and Privacy; Maintaining Appropriate Interpersonal Relationships; Disclosing Knowing a Person Outside the Agency; Questions to Consider; Ethics in the Age of Transparency; Examining Your Value System; Justice and Fairness; Criminal Justice Interns' Observations of Misconduct; Conclusion; Part III. The Role of the Organization; 9. Organizational Characteristics: Formal and Informal Structures
The Formal StructureWelcome to Flanders County; The Informal Structure; Private-Sector Settings; The Formal Structure; The Informal Structure; Human Resource Administration; Changes in the Criminal Justice Workplace; The Effect of the Organizational Structure on Your Internship; Conclusion; 10. Political, Economic, and Legal Factors; Politics and Power; Some Considerations; Globalization; Economics; Budgets; Legal Basis; A Legal Framework; External Controls on Agencies and Personnel; Conclusion; 11. Organizational Goals and Relationships; Official Goals versus Operative Goals
Vision and Mission
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