Jones & Bartlett Learning Criminal Justice Blog

    New Edition of Statistics in Criminology and Criminal Justice Clarifies Subject with Learn-By-Doing Approach

    Posted by Lindsay White on Feb 22, 2019 11:58:26 AM

    Statistics. Clarified.

    It’s critical for students to learn how to collect and analyze social science data to understand the nature of crime and theories of why crime occurs. Statistics in Criminology and Criminal Justice: Analysis and Interpretation does just that. It teaches how to collect, organize, record, analyze, interpret, and apply statistical information to prepare students for their careers or graduate study.

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    Topics: New Edition, Criminal Justice, criminology, Navigate Companion Website, Authors

    Review: "it would be hard to imagine a textbook on this topic that is more complete than Victimology."

    Posted by Lindsay White on May 2, 2018 12:53:58 PM

    Longtime educator and respected author, Frank Schmalleger reviewed the recently published third edition of Victimology: Theories and Applications by Ann Wolbert Burgess, RN, DNSc, FAAN. Dr. Schmalleger had this to say about the best-selling text:

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    Topics: Criminal Justice, Authors, victimology

    Jones & Bartlett Learning Author, Dr. Ann Wolbert Burgess Is Real-Life Inspiration for Lead Female Character in Hit Netflix Show, Mindhunter

    Posted by Lindsay White on Jan 30, 2018 11:19:31 AM

    An internationally recognized pioneer in the assessment and treatment of victims of trauma and abuse, and named 2016 Living Legend by the American Academy of Nursing, Ann Wolbert Burgess, RN, DNSc, FAAN, has dedicated her career to the study of victims, offenders, and the impact of crime on society. We are  honored to have worked with Dr. Burgess again on the updated third edition of Victimology: Theories and Applications as she continues to offer her years of research and real-world experiences working with victims, offenders, FBI, and law enforcement from the courtroom to the classroom.

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    Topics: Criminal Justice, Authors, victimology