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Author(s): John Shuford
Much has been written about the problems within our criminal justice system, both law enforcement and corrections, but never before has that been presented along with the causes of those problems and specific strategies to correct them. This unique and remarkable book, based on Shuford’s 30 years of experience, is a must read for criminal justice policy makers, leadership, supervisors as well as educators in preparing students for careers in criminal justice.
Author(s): Craig Harter
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Author(s): Danny Pirtle
The role of textbooks and study materials, regardless of subject, is to present learners with key content and to help them to acquire necessary skills. The goal for Criminal Justice in the New Millennium: Process & Practice is simplicity. The publication is engaging and easy to read. While the major criminal justice concepts and proper jargon are covered in this text, the authors made the information palatable for today’s student and concise enough for the reader to understand the material.
Author(s): Nerissa James
Introduction to Criminal Justice for the 21st Century and Beyond is designed for students, CJ enthusiasts, and criminal justice practitioners. The textbook provides an overview of the American Criminal Justice components (police, courts, and corrections) with case studies, critical thinking exercises, and discussions. This book challenges readers to think beyond application as the text provides guidance about criminal justice careers and graduate education.
Author(s): MICHAEL MONTGOMERY
Teaching and learning research methods can be an arduous task, especially if students do not have a clear understanding and acceptance of why learning the skills of conducting research and the knowledge obtained from reading research are so important to their academic and career development.
Author(s): Eric Swirsky, Ann Jackson
In clinical environments, all decisions are ethical decisions in that they reflect and impact the values of patients, professionals, and families interacting in the healthcare system. Ethical Decisions in Healthcare: Patients, Families, and Professionals is a casebook that offers real-life clinical ethics cases followed by expert commentary written by the book authors and co-authors. This text is intended as course companion sourcebook that offers narrative accounts of clinical ethics cases. By engaging in applied ethics discourse, learners employ an ethical dec