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RUTGERS04:192:405DobiasFall

04:192:405 Chapter Notes - Chapter Article: Walkover

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RUTGERS04:192:344Professor SpruillFall

04:192:344 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-10: Wrongfully Accused, Chris Christie

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The duties and responsibilities of the law enforcement agency can be divided into two different categories; which are proactive and reactive. Every pol
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RUTGERS04:192:344Professor SpruillFall

04:192:344 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: United States Marine Corps, August Vollmer

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Chapter one defines the police officers and peace officers by stating that all police officers are peace officers but not all peace officers are police
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RUTGERS04:192:344Professor SpruillFall

04:192:344 Chapter 11-15: The Police in America An Introduction Chapter 11-15

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In chapter six and seven, authors samuel walker and charles katz discuss the proactive and reactive aspects of the duties and responsibilities of the l
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RUTGERS04:192:357Laurie LewisFall

04:192:357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nonverbal Communication, Organizational Communication, Information Transfer

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RUTGERS04:192:405DobiasFall

04:192:405 Chapter Notes - Chapter Article: News Values

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RUTGERS04:192:300AllWinter

04:192:300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Endangerment, Informed Consent

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RUTGERS04:192:405DobiasFall

04:192:405 Chapter Notes - Chapter Article: Close Reading

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You see and hear-barry brummet: explain the two reasons why close reading is important. Socially} how messages we encounter influence the public. Perso
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RUTGERS04:192:405DobiasFall

04:192:405 Chapter Notes - Chapter Article: Xenophobia

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Immigrants who enter the us through official channels seeking legal permanent residence (lpr). The second type are the immigrants who cross the border
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RUTGERS04:192:405DobiasFall

04:567:334 Chapter article: antigay websites

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RUTGERS04:192:405DobiasFall

04:192:405 Chapter Notes - Chapter Article: Asian Americans, Model Minority

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RUTGERS04:192:405DobiasFall

04:192:405 Chapter Notes - Chapter Article: Anglo-Saxons, Social Comparison Theory

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