OverviewWritten reports and other types of writings by criminal justice and social science professionals can directly affect people's lives. Thus, it is crucial for the writer to effectively convey his or her message in a coherent and organized manner. Write & Wrong: Writing Within Criminal Justice, A Student Workbook aims to improve undergraduate students' writing quality through hands-on writing exercises and reference guides. This comprehensive workbook guides the reader through the entire writing process and teaches them how to conduct library research, how to take notes without plagiarizing, and how to complete a final draft; also included is a chapter with discussions on preparing students for the job market. An Instructor's Manual (978-1-4496-2682-2) is available for adopting institutions and contains lectures corresponding to the chapters of the Student Workbook. Every lecture includes detailed lesson plans, Notes to the Instructor, PowerPoint presentations, in-class exercises with answers, and reference guides. Also contained in this in-depth teaching tool are a sample syllabus, grading rubrics, homework assignments with answers, and a mid-term exam with answers.