Criminal justice today: an introductory text for the twenty-first century
For Introduction to Criminal Justice, Administration of Justice, and Criminal Justice courses at the freshman/sophomore/junior undergraduate levels. This text strives to teach criminal justice students the fundamental tried-and-true concepts of an evolving discipline, give them the critical thinking skills necessary to effectively apply those concepts to the real-world, and to apply those concepts and skills to today's problems and emerging issues of tomorrow. The Sixth Edition offers a stellar multimedia package with the text, including a Companion Website; a Cybrary providing thousands of current Websites to facilitate research, writing, and learning; and online teaching options such as WebCT. The #1 best-selling book for introduction to criminal justice!
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