Introduction to criminal justice
Intended for the Introductory Criminal Justice course, taught at the freshman or sophomore level at two- and four-year institutions in departments of criminal justice, sociology, and administration of justice.This book is written by the most successful author team in criminal justice. Senna and Siegel are known for their ability to effectively communicate difficult theoretical information in a balanced and thorough manner. This best-selling book is a highly comprehensive but approachable text. Its hallmarks are extensive and extremely thorough research, and up-to-the minute citations and presentation of legal issues written in an accessible manner. The book also focuses on the portrayal of the criminal justice system by the media and how our opinions of the system are shaped by media.
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The Nature of Crime
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