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

    New Edition of American Corrections is the Ideal Text for Undergraduate Introduction to Corrections Courses

    Posted by Lindsay White on Apr 17, 2018 1:32:24 PM

    US Corrections from A to Z

    The new edition of American Corrections: Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice by Matt DeLisi of Iowa State Universit and Peter J. Conis of Des Moines Area Community College is here and ready for course adoption. The Third Edition continues to offer an engaging, scholarly, and student-friendly exploration into the US correctional system.

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    Topics: New Edition, Corrections, Criminal Justice

    A New Edition of Criminal Investigation by Aric W. Dutelle and Ronald F. Becker is Now Available

    Posted by Lindsay White on Feb 8, 2018 10:59:19 AM

    Criminal Investigation, Fifth Edition by Aric W. Dutelle of Washington University and Robert F. Becker of Chaminade University has just published and is now available for course adoption. The new text answers the important questions like, "what happens after a crime occurs?", "who is involved in investigating the crime?", and "how are crimes actually solved?"

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    Topics: New Edition, Criminal Justice, investigation