Introduction to Criminal Justice
This integrated learning system presents key concepts and issues within a unique integrated framework that ensures students will think critically about and apply criminal justice concepts to real world situations. Print and electronic materials clearly present concepts and support them with a variety of examples. Interactive in-class questioning software, lab-based software, online quizzes, games, and other reinforcement tools further support student learning, as do the simulation applications and scenarios in the text and the instructor and student CD-ROM. California and Texas packages are available.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
As textbooks go, this one was pretty good. It's comprehensive enough to give students a good basic understanding of the history, theory, and practice of criminal justice in the United States. One feature of this book that I especially liked was the "Careers in Criminal Justice" blurbs throughout; various specific jobs in the field are described by people who actually hold those positions. This included what the job entails, what they like best and what they like the least, an outline of their own education, and usually a recommendation as to what someone may want to study or do if they are interested in pursuing that particular job as well. This is something I think should be a feature included throughout any introductory textbook; it would potentially be helpful to students who are unsure of what direction they may want to take, simply because they don't really know what kinds of jobs are really available.
Review: Introduction to Criminal JusticeUser Review - Colleen - Goodreads
As textbooks go, this one was pretty good. It's comprehensive enough to give students a good basic understanding of the history, theory, and practice of criminal justice in the United States. One ... Read full review
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