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Author(s): Kellie A. Wallace, Scott H. Belshaw, Jared R. Dmello
Cannabis is everywhere! Whether you call it weed, pot, or marijuana, cannabis by any other name is still cannabis. From your stereotypical street drug dealer to medical cannabis dispensaries to courtrooms across America, we cannot escape the hot buzz that is weed. While it may be hot, it is nothing new; since being made illegal over a hundred years ago, proponents of its use and benefits have rallied and advocated for its declassification as an illicit substance, upon deaf ears until very recently.
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): James Sparks
The goal of Case Studies of Murder: The Enigma of the American Serial Killer is to provide informative, qualitative case studies of those individuals who have been arrested and convicted of serial murder crimes in the United States. Each chapter is written with detailed narratives on specific individuals in the serial killer realm who are well-known and others who do not carry the same notoriety.
Author(s): Jeffrey Len Schwartz, Stanley Yeldell
A comprehensive Criminal Justice Internship Manual. The manual is adaptable to any internship program, but focuses upon the criminal justice fields. The manual provides a step by step process for starting and maintaining a field experience with academic rigor. Included in the manual are essential forms; applications, releases, agreements and quantitative assessments for the interns, as well as, for the agencies involved.
Author(s): Thomas O'Connor
Advanced Criminology presents a complete and comprehensive account of advanced theoretical criminology. Theory, research, and policy are all covered within the book. The text not only covers the latest advances, but also provides “new directions” for all the traditional mainstream theories. The text assumes that readers are somewhat familiar with introductory criminology, but still provides an avenue for students to learn as they go.
Author(s): Alejandro Del Carmen
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