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Grantsmanship for Criminal Justice and Criminology
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Grantsmanship for Criminal Justice and Criminology

  • Mark S. Davis - Kent State University, USA, Ohio State University, USA

September 1999 | 144 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Grantsmanship for Criminology and Criminal Justice offers grant seekers in these fields the fundamental information they need to get funded. Grounded in the author's experience as grant applicant, grants reviewer, and grantsmanship teacher, this book shows both the newcomer and more experienced grants writer how to articulate a fundable problem, the foundation of a quality proposal. This volume also points out to the reader the many grantsmanship pitfalls that stand between criminal justice professionals and the funds they so desperately need. Examples throughout designed to illustrate the concepts clarify what are vague in more general books on the subject. Given the importance of grants for both academicians and practitioners, Grantsmanship for Criminology and Criminal Justice should be on the bookshelf of every professional in the field. It is designed specifically for professionals in the field of criminology and criminal justice. Moreover, it uses the analogy of the problem in fiction to help the reader understand why it's so necessary to draw the reader into the problem driving the grant proposal.

 
Introduction
 
Defining the Problem
 
Questions to Ask before Starting
 
Methods
Describing the Solution

 
 
Objectives and Their Measurement
 
The Budget and Budget Narrative
 
Individual and Organizational Capability
 
Preparing the Research Proposal
 
Revising and Submitting
 
Sources of Grants and Grant Information

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