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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Crime and Justice in the United States
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