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CRIMINAL

JUSTICE
ACADEMIC CATALOG 2010 – 2011
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CONTENTS

Introductory Criminal Justice 5-6


Juvenile Delinquency and Justice 7-8
Criminal Law 9
Introduction to Corrections 10
Criminal Investigation and Forensic Science 11-15
Criminology 16-17
Courts, Law, and Procedure 18-19
Criminal Justice Policy 20
Statistics and Research Methods 21
Special Topics 22-23
Policing 24
Community and Institutional Corrections 25
Corrections Management 26
Security 27

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NEW FOR 2010

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Fundamentals of Criminal Justice: A Sociological View,
Second Edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Juvenile Delinquency:
An Integrated Approach, Second Edition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Delinquency in Society: The Essentials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
An Introduction to Criminal Law. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation. . . . . . . . . . . 11
Criminalistics: Forensic Science, Crime,
and Terrorism, Second Edition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Law and Evidence: A Primer for Criminal Justice,
Criminology, Law, and Legal Studies,
Second Edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Serial Offenders: Theory and Practice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Interviewing in Criminal Justice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Criminological Theory: A Life-Course Approach. . . . . . . . . 16
The American Courts: A Procedural Approach. . . . . . . . . . . 18
Understanding the Constitution. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Drugs and Alcohol in the 21st Century:
Theory, Behavior, and Policy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
U.S. Criminal Justice Policy: A Contemporary Reader. . . . . 20
Criminology and Criminal Justice:
Theory, Research Methods, and Statistics. . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Race, Ethnicity, and the Criminal Justice System. . . . . . . . . 22
Computer Forensics: Computer Crime
Scene Investigation, Third Edition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

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INTRODUCTORY CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Praise for this text:

I find this text to be very


comprehensive. The factual and
historical data provide an extensive
resource for faculty. Not only are
fundamental issues covered, but
the chapter summaries include
thought-provoking questions that
allow for application of critical
thinking skills.
— Linda L. Fleischer,
The Community College of
Baltimore County

Exploring Criminal Justice


The Essentials
Robert M. Regoli, PhD, University of Colorado at Boulder
John D. Hewitt, PhD, Grand Valley State University

Exploring Criminal Justice: The Essentials Companion Web Site Resources


engages students in an exploration of the
American criminal justice system by examining For Instructors
the people and processes that make up the - Chapter Outlines
system, and how they interact and work together. - PowerPoint Presentations
This comprehensive text includes coverage of law - TestBank
enforcement, corrections, juvenile justice systems,
law and policy making, administration, and the Online Student Study Guide offers:
courts. - Career Resources
Key Features - Chapter Objectives and Spotlights
- Crossword Puzzle
• Careers in Criminal Justice helps students - Flashcards
understand what opportunities are available - Glossary
to them in the criminal justice systems. - Practice Tests
• Focus on Criminal Justice explores the - And More...
nature of crime and the criminal justice
response concerning different issues. Bundle Options
• Headline Crime highlights recent high-
Exploring Criminal Justice: The Essentials with
profile cases and current events.
access to the Online Student Study Guide.
• Around the Globe discusses law and law
ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7823-1
enforcement around the world.

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INTRODUCTORY CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Fundamentals of Criminal Exploring Criminal Justice


Justice Robert M. Regoli, PhD,
A Sociological View, University of Colorado at Boulder
Second Edition John D. Hewitt, PhD,
Grand Valley State University
Steven E. Barkan, PhD
George J. Bryjak, PhD Exploring Criminal Justice provides a clear,
complete, and credible introduction to the U.S.
The criminal justice system is a key social criminal justice system. Using an easy-to-follow
institution in the lives of citizens everywhere. writing style, this text explains the overarching
Fundamentals of Criminal Justice: A processes and purposes of the criminal justice
Sociological View, Second Edition provides a system. In addition, this text provides thorough
unique social context to explore and explain the integration of criminological theory and policy,
nature, impact, and significance of the criminal as it presents both historical context and current
justice system in everyday life. This introductory features of the U.S. criminal justice system.
text examines important sociological issues
including class, race, and gender inequality. The Key Features
effectiveness of criminal justice in controlling • Focus on Criminal Justice explores the
and reducing crime is critically examined to nature of crime and the criminal justice
bring readers to a deeper understanding of the response to incidents.
operation of the criminal justice system and the
genesis of crime and victimization. • Thinking About Crime and Justice
challenges readers to think like practicing
Key Features criminal justice professionals with real-
world case studies and accompanying
• Explores international issues, such as
discussion questions.
Islamic justice and European sentencing
practices, for a comprehensive analysis of • Around the Globe offers a window into law
critical social topics. and law enforcement around the world.
• Features controversial current events, such • Voice of the Court provides summaries and
as police corruption and prison crowding, excerpts from court rulings which have helped
to engage readers with interesting and shape the criminal justice system and process.
timely information.
• Poses hypothetical situations and review ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4284-3 • Hardcover
questions to initiate provocative classroom 549 Pages • © 2008
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JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND JUSTICE

Juvenile Delinquency Delinquency in Society


An Integrated Approach, The Essentials
Second Edition Robert M. Regoli, PhD,
James Burfeind, PhD, University of Colorado at Boulder
University of Montana John D. Hewitt, PhD,
Dawn Jeglum Bartusch, PhD, Grand Valley State University
Valparaiso University Matt DeLisi, PhD, Iowa State University

Juvenile Delinquency: An Integrated Approach, Delinquency in Society: The Essentials is a


Second Edition offers a comprehensive concise introduction to the important topics
introduction to juvenile delinquency. Now covered by the same authors in the popular
in a more concise and accessible format, this Delinquency in Society, Eighth Edition. This
text cultivates an understanding of juvenile practical text explores how juvenile delinquency is
delinquency by examining and linking key defined, measured, and explained, as well as how
sociological and criminological theories the juvenile justice system deals with delinquent
and research. Biological and psychological youth. The new Essentials text provides separate
approaches to delinquency are covered, as chapters focusing on the police, juvenile courts,
well as responses to delinquent behavior corrections, and delinquency prevention.
including prevention, early intervention, and
Key Features
contemporary juvenile justice.
• Detailed descriptions of delinquency,
Key Features criminal acts, and status offenses performed
• New research and updated delinquency by the juvenile population.
and juvenile justice data provide the most • Coverage of principle theories including
current information and statistics. Cultural Deviance, Strain, and Life Course.
• New chapters on delinquency prevention
• Cutting-edge discussion of the biosocial
and intervention and the “delinquent event”
paradigm that articulates the interplay
offer a larger breadth of topics covered.
between nature and nurture in the
• New changes in juvenile justice thought and
development of delinquency.
practice, including the growing popularity
of more punitive approaches to delinquency ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7790-6 • Paperback
and a reawakening of the “rehabilitative 400 Pages • © 2011 • Available Spring 2010
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416 Pages • © 2011
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JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND JUSTICE

Delinquency in Society
Eighth Edition
Robert M. Regoli, PhD
John D. Hewitt, PhD
Matt DeLisi, PhD

Delinquency in Society, Eighth Edition provides a systematic


introduction to the study of juvenile delinquency, criminal behavior,
and status offending youths. This text examines the theories of juvenile
crimes and the social context of delinquency including the relevance
of families, schools, and peer groups. Reorganized and thoroughly
updated to reflect the most current trends and developments in juvenile
delinquency, the Eighth Edition includes discussions of the history,
institutional context, and societal reactions to delinquent behavior.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6434-0
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Juvenile Justice and Delinquency


David W. Springer, PhD
Albert R. Roberts, PhD, BCETS, DACFE, Rutgers University

This is the first text to comprehensively trace the progress toward


resolving critical juvenile justice and delinquency issues, and to provide
cutting-edge intervention strategies to effectively rehabilitate juvenile
offenders and prevent delinquency. Historical, political, and legal trends
are examined and critiqued, as well as the range of developmental,
familial, and sociological theoretical explanations of juvenile
delinquency. Current evidence-based practice, prevention strategies
and programs, and juvenile justice treatment and policy alternatives are
thoroughly explored.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6056-4 • Paperback • 528 Pages • © 2011


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Juvenile Justice
A Social, Historical, and Legal Perspective, Third
Edition
Preston Elrod, PhD, Department of Safety, Security, and
Emergency Management, Eastern Kentucky University
R. Scott Ryder, JD, Tribal Court Administrator, ICWA Attorney,
Instructor, Glenn Oaks Community College

The juvenile justice system is a multifaceted entity that continually changes


under the influence of decisions, policies, and laws. The all new Third
Edition of Juvenile Justice: A Social, Historical, and Legal Perspective,
offers readers a clear and comprehensive look at exactly what it is and
how it works. Reader friendly and up-to-date, this text unravels the
complexities of the juvenile justice system by exploring the history, theory,
and components of the juvenile justice process and how they relate.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6251-3 • Hardcover • 523 Pages • © 2011


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CRIMINAL LAW

An Introduction to Criminal Law


Criminal Law Second Edition
Philip E. Carlan, PhD, David C. Brody, JD, PhD, Washington
University of Southern Mississippi State University - Spokane
Lisa S. Nored, JD, James R. Acker, JD, PhD, University at
University of Southern Mississippi Albany
Ragan A. Downey,
This highly anticipated Second Edition introduces
University of Southern Mississippi
readers to the principles, legal doctrine, and
This text walks readers through a chronological rules of criminal law. Innovative in its case study
and simplistic, yet detailed, dissection of the approach, this thoroughly updated revision
legal labyrinth. The principles of criminal will help readers develop analytical skills, while
law are explained step-by-step with a focus learning the content and context of substantive
on the professional applications of legal criminal law. Now with a more student-friendly
principles within the criminal justice system. format, this text guides learners through theory
Recent evolving legislation pertaining to and practice, using a blend of old and new
terrorism, organized crime, and white-collar materials to foster an understanding of what
crime are addressed. Written in an engaging the law is, how it evolved, and how it applies to
conversational tone, this resource is ideal for various circumstances.
undergraduate criminal law courses.
Key Features
Key Features • Important developments and new materials on
• Provides supportive examples and the “war on terrorism,” anti-stalking legislation,
hypothetical illustrations to deepen the prosecution of cybercrimes, and more.
understanding of important topics. • Updated information on assisted suicide
• Authored by an attorney and non-attorney prohibitions, anti-sodomy laws, and the
to offer a balanced and accessible viewpoint. constitutionality of implementing the death
• Full of practical hands-on exercises and penalty for crimes not involving homicide.
chapter-by-chapter questions and answers • Chapter objectives and review questions in
to enhance student learning. every chapter to assist readers in developing
critical thinking skills and comprehension
ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5525-6 of material.
Hardcover • 224 Pages • © 2011
Instructor Resources: PP, TB ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5913-1
Hardcover • 412 Pages • © 2010
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INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS

American Corrections
Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice
Matt DeLisi, PhD, Iowa State University
Peter J. Conis, PhD, Iowa State University

This comprehensive resource provides both classic and cutting-edge data on


correctional topics drawing from the fields of criminology, criminal justice,
sociology, psychology, government, and public policy. The hallmark of
American Corrections: Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice is its thesis—
that the American criminal justice system, particularly the corrections
domain, is in theory and practice a system for the management of risk. By
demonstrating that correctional systems balance public safety with providing
treatment and supervision to offenders, this text tells the story of corrections
within a coherent, criminological framework.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5487-7 • Hardcover


586 Pages • © 2010 • Additional Format: CourseSmart
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Corrections and the Criminal Justice System


David C. May, PhD
Kevin I. Minor, PhD
Rick Ruddell, PhD
Betsy A. Matthews, PhD
All of Eastern Kentucky University

Corrections and the Criminal Justice System is designed to help students


understand corrections in relation to the entire criminal justice system.
This text begins with an overview of the field of criminal justice and
covers the components of the criminal justice system that an offender
must pass through prior to his or her corrections experience (police,
courts, and sentencing). The second part of the text shows students how
corrections is interconnected and related to the other aspects of the
criminal justice system.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3500-5 • Paperback • 585 Pages • © 2008


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Prisons
Today and Tomorrow, Second Edition
Joycelyn M. Pollock, PhD, JD,
Texas State University-San Marcos

Prisons Today and Tomorrow, Second Edition uses current case studies
and research to present balanced and comprehensive coverage of prisons
and prisoners. Featuring chapters contributed by leading authorities
on the modern prison system, this text examines the many purposes of
prisons—punishment, deterrence, rehabilitation, and incapacitation—
and examines controversial issues such as whether imprisonment
actually deters crime or merely serves as punishment.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-2904-2 • Hardcover • 316 Pages • © 2006


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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION AND FORENSIC SCIENCE

Praise for this text:

This is the CSI text that I, and


many of my colleges have been
waiting for… written about
processing a crime scene, by a
former officer who actually worked
in real crime scenes.
— Joseph LeFevre, University of
Wisconsin - Platteville

An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation


Aric W. Dutelle, MFS, Criminal Justice Department, University of Wisconsin-Platteville

In a world profoundly influenced by • Effectively covers a variety of investigations


popular media programs, the real-life duties such as burglary, homicide, sex crimes, drug
and complexities involved in crime scene cases, underwater crime scenes, hazardous
investigation are often misrepresented and materials situations, and arson.
misunderstood. An Introduction to Crime • Offers a pragmatic, critical, and
Scene Investigation serves to eliminate warped multidisciplinary approach for readers
impressions and to clearly identify and accurately with little or no background in crime scene
explain the crime scene investigative process, investigation.
components, methods, and procedures. This • “Ripped From the Headlines” Current
comprehensive introductory text exposes Event Examples: “Real world” incidents
readers to the day-to-day aspects of crime scene involving the content are discussed in every
processing, and describes in detail the crime chapter. This application to “real world”
scene investigator responsibilities. The history situations will enable the reader to better
related to crime scene investigation, theory, grasp the concepts and theories presented.
ethics, social impact, training, and educational • “Case in Point” Examples: In addition to
issues are thoroughly explored as well. current events, there are also case scenarios
and summations which assist the reader
Key Features in further comprehending the presented
• Presents straightforward and scientifically material.
supported procedures that explain how to • “View from an Expert” Insights: Many
accurately and efficiently document what has chapters include these insights from a
been left behind at the scene of a crime. forensic expert within the chapter content
• Provides an in-depth look at the CSI world field.
through over 100 photographs, illustrations, • Case Studies: End-of-chapter case studies
and short narrative segments that will guide will challenge readers to seek additional
the reader through investigations. information from outside sources to assist
them with a more in-depth comprehension
of the presented material.

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Criminal Investigation Criminalistics


Third Edition Forensic Science, Crime, and
Ronald Becker, JD, Chaminade University Terrorism, Second Edition
James E. Girard, PhD, American University
This introductory text takes an integrated
approach to the investigative process. It explores This updated Second Edition introduces readers
how contributors to criminal investigation— with no background in biology or chemistry to
and its resulting prosecution—are more the study of forensic science, crime analysis, and
effective when they understand and appreciate application. Principal topics such as fingerprint
their role on the team, what role other team identification, DNA, paint and glass analysis,
members play, and how it all comes together. drug toxicology, and forensic soil characterization
Readers will learn how investigations are are thoroughly explained in a reader-friendly
connected to a team that is much larger than manner. Unlike other texts available on this
those charged with the investigations of a crime. topic, this Second Edition is updated to include
The end result is a solid foundation in criminal comprehensive coverage on important homeland
investigation. security issues including explosives, weapons of
mass destruction, and cybercrime.
Key Features
• New information on underwater Key Features
investigations and CSI related topics • New case studies and updated sections on
including computer and internet based analysis of fingerprints and questioned
investigations and fingerprinting. documents offer recent developments and
• Coverage of the reorganization and findings in this critical field.
updating of information related to Private • New information on chemistry and biology
Security investigations, such as background equip readers with the foundation and tools
checks, surveillance, and retail-loss necessary to understand more advanced
prevention. topics.
• Increased sections on terrorism discuss • Extensive updating of Chapter 11, “Drug
new topics such as asymmetric warfare and Use and Abuse,” provides the latest methods
infrastructure vulnerability. of drug testing and analysis by federal and
state law enforcement agencies.
ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5522-5 • Hardcover
581 Pages • © 2009 • Additional Format: CourseSmart
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Law and Evidence Serial Offenders


A Primer for Criminal Justice, Theory and Practice
Criminology, Law, and Legal Dr. Kevin Borgeson, Salem State College,
Studies, Second Edition Massachusetts
Charles P. Nemeth, JD, PhD, California Serial Offenders: Theory and Practice explores
University of Pennsylvania the act of criminal profiling and the effective
Law and Evidence: A Primer for Criminal methods of case analysis and linkage. Intriguing
Justice, Criminology, Law, and Legal Studies, case studies are used to thoroughly examine
Second Edition introduces the complex topics the behavioral aspects of serial homicide and
of evidence law in a straightforward and the investigative issues that criminal justice
accessible manner. The use and function of professionals face. Readers will learn how to
criminal evidence and civil evidence in cases is build hypotheses, construct timelines, and
examined to offer a complete understanding develop suspect lists. Successful interview
of how evidence principles play out in the real and interrogation skills and methods are also
world of litigation and advocacy. This revised covered.
Second Edition offers a historical overview, Key Features
perfect for non-law students from a variety of
backgrounds. • A model theory for understanding copycat
serial killers is included to recognize how
Key Features the media and high profile serial offender
• Every chapter contains new legal authority cases influence individuals.
which applies to traditional legal principles • An updated social psychological model
relevant to evidence law. of serial homicide is emphasized to bring
• Offers full coverage of evidentiary codes readers to a better understanding of serial
and statutes. practice.
• Filled with practical forms, checklists, and • Cases analysis and profiling exercises
additional tools for future practitioners. are included to give readers hands on
application of valuable techniques.
ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6661-0 • Paperback
325 Pages • © 2011 • Available Spring 2010 ISBN-13: 97-8-07637-7730-2 • Paperback
325 Pages • © 2011 • Available Summer 2010

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Hunting Serial Predators Fundamentals of Crime


Second Edition Mapping
G. Maurice Godwin, PhD, Rebecca Paynich, PhD, Curry College
Godwin Trial & Forensic Consultancy, Inc. Bryan Hill, Crime Analyst, Glendale Police
Department, Arizona
Written by a leading expert on the subject, the
new Second Edition describes the empirical Fundamentals of Crime Mapping walks readers
process used to analyze serial murderers’ crime through the research, theories, and history of
scene actions, making it possible to form logical Graphic Information Systems (GIS) in law
decisions about how to detect and apprehend enforcement. The day-to-day practical application
serial killers. This text also gives an overview of of crime analysis for mapping is explained. Factual
the related scientific knowledge, introduces a data from real crime analysis is included to reflect
new method to classify the serial predator, and actual crime patterns, trends, series, and what an
provides accounts of the process and difficulties officer or analyst can expect to see when he or she
of profiling the serial murderer. sits down to analyze and apply concepts learned.
Special topics discussed include: an up-to-date
Key Features discussion of the current crime trends in rural
• Clearly explains “Investigative Process and urban areas, the major ecological theories of
Management”—a term which encompasses crime, empirical research using crime mapping
applications of psychology and improves tools, and more.
investigative decision-making strategies.
Key Features
• Integration of statistical methods and
behavioral theories helps students answer • Provides jargon-free language, over 30
the question: “Why are some people more practical exercises, and a large assortment
prone to committing crimes?” of varied data that can be used for
• Uses a model of the crime scene actions additional exercises to maximize reader
of American serial murderers based on comprehension.
information available to a police inquiry. • Packaged with a DVD that contains every
chapter exercise along with full-color
ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3510-4 • Paperback screenshots and images.
268 Pages • © 2008
• Contains a tutorial on the basics of using
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MS Excel 2003 for specific crime analysis
applications as an addendum for those who
are unfamiliar with MS Excel.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5575-1 • Paperback


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Interviewing in Criminal Justice


Vivian Lord, PhD, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Allen D. Cowan

Obtaining valid and complete information is one of the most critical


skills that any professional working in the criminal justice field can
possess. Interviewing in Criminal Justice teaches the fundamentals
of effective interviewing, including critical communication skills,
interpretation skills, and how to effectively relay information. This solid
resource prepares criminal justice students and professionals in other
fields how to assess probation clients, communicate with juveniles,
collect information from defendants, and much more.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-6643-6
Paperback • 328 Pages • © 2011 • Available Spring 2010

Essentials of the Reid Technique


Criminal Interrogation and Confessions
Fred E. Inbau
John E. Reid
Joseph P. Buckley
Brian C. Jayne

This concise text teaches readers how to spot and interpret verbal
and nonverbal behaviors of both deceptive and truthful people, and
how to move toward obtaining solid confessions from guilty persons.
Separated into two parts, What You Need to Know About Interrogation
and Employing the Reid Nine Steps of Interrogation, this book will help
readers understand the effective and proper way that a suspect should
be interrogated and the safeguards that should be in place to ensure the
integrity of the confession.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-2728-4 • Paperback • 253 Pages • © 2005

Criminal Interrogation and Confessions


Fourth Edition
Fred E. Inbau
John E. Reid
Joseph P. Buckley
Brian C. Jayne

Criminal Interrogation and Confessions, Fourth Edition explores the


Reid Technique of interviewing and interrogation and is the standard
used in the field. This practical text is built around simple psychological
principles and examines interrogation as a nine-step process that is easily
understood by students. The Fourth Edition presents interviewing and
interrogation techniques, based on actual criminal cases, which have
been used successfully by thousands of criminal investigators.

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CRIMINOLOGY

Criminology Criminological Theory


Theory, Research, and Policy, A Life-Course Approach
Second Edition Matt DeLisi, PhD, Iowa State University
Gennaro F. Vito, PhD, Kevin M. Beaver, Florida State University -
University of Louisville Tallahassee
Jeffrey R. Maahs, PhD,
Criminological Theory: A Life-Course
University of Minnesota-Duluth
Approach explores criminal and antisocial
Ronald M. Holmes, EdD,
behavior by examining important factors
University of Louisville
occurring at each stage of life. This collection
This Second Edition provides comprehensive of cutting-edge scholarship comprehensively
coverage of the leading criminological theories covers life-course antisocial behavior ranging
using sociology, psychology, biology, and ecology from prenatal factors, to childhood examples
to explain how and why crime occurs. The text of disruptive behavior, delinquency, and adult
combines classical criminology with timely crime. Diverse research from internationally
topics including substance abuse, gang violence, recognized experts on criminal behavior brings
Internet crimes, and terrorism. Using a social readers toward a sharpened understanding of
sciences approach, the authors discuss how crime and the prevailing life-course approach.
criminology influences public policy throughout
Key Features
the text.
• Provides an interdisciplinary perspective
Key Features covering sociological, psychological,
• “Theory in Action” – Boxed notes biological, and policy issues pertaining to
throughout the text relate theoretical criminal behavior.
premises to real-world cases and events. • Focuses on diverse topics including conduct
• “You Are the Criminologist” – Realistic disorder, oppositional defiant disorder,
case studies and accompanying discussion attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and
questions challenge readers to think like a an array of factors relating to adult criminal
practicing criminologist. careers.
• “Headline Crime” – Recent high-profile • Authored by internationally recognized
crimes are highlighted and pose discussion criminologists with diverse research and/or
questions relating to relevant theories. practitioner expertise.

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CRIMINOLOGY

Victimology Violent Offenders


Theories and Applications Theory, Research, Public Policy,
Ann Wolbert Burgess, DNSc, APRN, BC, and Practice
FAAN, Boston College Matt DeLisi, PhD, Iowa State University
Cheryl Regehr, MSW, PhD, University of Peter J. Conis, PhD, Iowa State University
Toronto
Albert R. Roberts, PhD, BCETS, DACFE, Violent Offenders provides the latest information
Rutgers University to help students understand the many different
types of violent offenders we hear about in the
This new text introduces readers to the study of media daily, from homicide and sex offenders
victimization, crime typologies, and the impact of to financial predators, and street criminals to
crime on victims, offenders, and society at large. serial killers and career criminals. The authors
Each chapter provides a typology of the offender have compiled original scholarship from an
to analyze motivation. An overview of the issues international collection of applied and academic
impacting victims of a wide variety of traditional criminologists to provide a realistic and cutting-
and contemporary crimes are examined, edge view of why people commit violent crimes
including cybercrime, and hate crimes. The and how our criminal justice system, as a whole,
history and theories of victimology are explored, responds to these offenders and violent acts.
as well as definitive laws and policies, strategies
for intervention, and future research areas. Key Features

Key Features • Contributions from criminal justice


practitioners show how public policies and
• Covers current topics including: human practice respond to violent offenders and
trafficking, victims of terrorism, wrongful their actions.
convictions, and more. • Hands-on research and practitioner expertise
• Contains chapter outlines, key terms, illustrate today’s study of criminal predation.
discussion questions, and a summary in • Clear explanations of how criminological
every chapter. theory relates to the formation of a criminal
• Offers a balance between theory and offender help students understand the
research, and practice-oriented tools reasons behind a person’s violent actions.
for readers who will work with victims,
offenders, and the justice system. ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5479-2 • Paperback
318 Pages • © 2008
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COURTS, LAW, AND PROCEDURE

From the Preface

“Although the criminal justice and


the civil justice ‘systems’ are often
thought of as separate and unique,
there is but one institution – the
American ‘system’ of courts. It has
a single, central goal, which is to
do justice. Therefore, this book
incorporates discussions of both
criminal and civil matters that
come before the courts by providing
a context in which the various
functions of courts are examined.”

The American Courts


A Procedural Approach
Jeffrey A. Jenkins, JD, EdD, Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island

Courtrooms are often lively places, and what occurs in them has a profound impact on the functioning of
our democracy. The American Courts: A Procedural Approach offers readers a thorough understanding
of the United States court system by exploring the procedural aspects of the law. The rules of both
criminal and civil procedure, how they are applied, and their influence on decision-making in the courts
are thoroughly examined. This text is ideal for undergraduate and introductory graduate courses in
criminal justice, legal studies, and government programs.

Companion Web Site Resources Key Features


• Covers the role, operations, and functions of
For Instructors
the courts at all levels.
- Lecture Outlines • Organized into five main sections: Courts
- PowerPoint Slides in America, Courts at Work, Civil Law and
- Test Bank Procedure in the Courts, Criminal Law and
Procedure in the Courts, and The Changing
For Students: of American Courts.
- Crossword Puzzles • Includes chapter sidebars that present case
- Flashcards summaries, current issues, or provocative
- Glossary ideas that illustrate or demonstrate important
- Web Links topics discussed.
• Provides chapter summaries, discussion
outlines, review questions, and suggested
writing topics in every chapter.

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COURTS, LAW, AND PROCEDURE

Criminal Procedure
A Contemporary Perspective, Second Edition
James R. Acker, JD, PhD, University at Albany
David C. Brody, JD, PhD, Washington State University - Spokane

Criminal Procedure: A Contemporary Perspective, Second Edition


provides students with an introduction to the rules and principles of
criminal procedure law. This text uses a case study approach to help
students develop the analytical skills necessary to understand the origins,
context, and evolutions of the law. It concentrates on U.S. Supreme Court
decisions interpreting both state and federal constitutions and introduces
students to the reference strategies used for basic legal research.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3169-4 • Hardcover • 634 Pages • © 2004


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Understanding the Constitution


Constantinos E. Scaros, MA, JD

Although the constitution was created in 1787, its historical importance


and value continue to significantly impact lives every day. Understanding
the Constitution brings readers to an understanding and appreciation
of the United States constitution, its significance in the daily lives
of individuals, and the hotly debated topics that are relevant today.
Assuming no previous knowledge about law, this is an ideal, reader-
friendly introduction to constitutional law.
The components of the constitution and how they were constructed are
explained to provide a historical context and understanding. Discussions
on controversial issues such as abortion, affirmative action, and civil
liberties serve to engage readers with current topics of interest.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5811-0 • Hardcover • 496 Pages • © 2011


Available Spring 2010

Capital Punishment
A Balanced Examination
Evan J. Mandery, JD, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New
York City, New York

Capital Punishment: A Balanced Examination is an innovative,


balanced, and comprehensive overview of capital punishment. Questions
are raised regarding the constitutional implications, applications, and
process of capital punishment. It challenges readers to carefully evaluate
their beliefs and assumptions on controversial issues.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3308-7 • Hardcover • 700 Pages • © 2005

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY

Drugs and Alcohol in the U.S. Criminal Justice Policy


21st Century A Contemporary Reader
Theory, Behavior, and Policy Karim Ismaili, PhD, Ryerson University,
Dwight Vick, PhD, Toronto
West Texas A&M University U.S. Criminal Justice Policy: A Contemporary
Elizabeth Rhoades, PhD, Reader addresses how criminal justice policy
West Texas A&M University issues are framed, identifies participants in the
This new text examines the collective response to policy process, discusses how policy is made,
addictive behaviors in America, and its influence and considers the constraints and opportunities
on the creation and implementation of national found in the policy process. Findings are
policy in the 20th and 21st centuries. A close linked to broader institutional, cultural and
look is given to America’s response to five drugs global criminal justice trends, and are used to
with ambiguous political histories – alcohol, determine what recent research reveals about
cocaine, hallucinogens, marijuana, and opiates. crime policy and democratic governance. The
The physical and psychological conditions that main goal of this book is to encourage readers
contribute to addictive behaviors are explored as to engage in a dialogue about criminal justice
well as how those condition impact individuals, policy, and to think about the potential for
families, and communities. Responses from criminal justice reform.
politicians, the alcohol and drug industry, Key Features
citizens groups, and bureaucracies including law
enforcement, public health, schools, and colleges • Brings a policy focus to a wide range
are discussed. of pressing issues in policing, courts,
corrections and juvenile justice.
Key Features • Explores topical policy issues including
• Introduces a new policy process immigration, technology, financial
model, along with a comparison of the regulation, human trafficking, and public
criminalization, legalization, and harm health.
reduction policy options.
ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4129-7 • Hardcover
• Provides case studies allowing readers 400 Pages • © 2011 • Available Summer 2010
to apply theoretical, psychological,
sociological, and political issues discussed
to these real-life situations.
ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7488-2 • Paperback
400 Pages • © 2011 • Available Fall 2010

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STATISTICS AND RESEARCH METHODS

Criminology and Criminal Justice


Theory, Research Methods, and Statistics
Jeffery T. Walker, PhD, University of Arkansas—Little Rock
Sean Maddan, PhD, University of Tampa

It is commonly recognized that the basis of science stems from the


intersection of theory. This accessible text is designed to help readers
understand the integrated relationship between these critical topics
in the field of criminal justice. Each chapter pertains to a particular
criminological theory, relevant research methodologies, and various
statistical techniques used to analyze data. This book illustrates how
theory, methods, and statistics play an active role in ensuing careers in
law enforcement, corrections, law, and more.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7139-3 • Paperback • 150 Pages • © 2011


Available Summer 2010

Statistics in Criminology and


Criminal Justice
Analysis and Interpretation, Third Edition
Jeffery T. Walker, PhD, University of Arkansas—Little Rock
Sean Maddan, PhD, University of Tampa

Thoroughly updated and revised, this Third Edition provides criminal


justice students with a firm knowledge base in the theory and application
of statistical analyses. A great introduction to the theory and practice of
statistics, this text focuses on data collection, knowing which statistics
to use with what data, how to interpret output of SPSS (an IBM
company), explanations and demonstrations of statistical procedures,
why procedures give the results they do, how to interpret the output of
statistical analyses, and more.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5548-5 • Hardcover • 498 Pages • © 2009


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Research Methods for Criminology and


Criminal Justice
A Primer, Second Edition
Mark L. Dantzker, PhD, University of Texas, Pan American
Ronald D. Hunter, PhD, Western Carolina University

This Second Edition provides students of criminology and criminal


justice with a clear and simple approach to understanding social science
research. This redesigned text is written to make the complex subject
of research methods easy for the would-be criminal justice practitioner
to comprehend. In addition to covering current topics, each chapter
starts with a case study demonstrating how research methods are used
in practical applications within the field. Later, these issues are also
addressed in exercises and questions found at the end of the chapter. This
indispensable resource is accessible, understandable, and user-friendly,
and is a must-read for students in any research methods course.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3615-6 • Hardcover • 237 Pages • © 2006


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SPECIAL TOPICS

Media and Criminal Justice


The CSI Effect
Dennis J. Stevens, PhD, University of North Carolina—Charlotte,
Belmont Abbey College

Media and Criminal Justice: The CSI Effect illustrates how media
coverage and television programs influence the public’s perception of
criminal justice. Fiction is often mistaken for reality, and this phenomenon,
called “The CSI Effect,” adds to the assumption that all criminal cases can
be easily solved through the employment of high-tech forensic science,
as depicted on television crime shows. Over 400 prosecutors assist in
explaining the CSI Effect’s influence, which reinforces America’s troubled
wars on crime, junkies, poverty, and immigrants, and produces a greater
tolerance of official misconduct and an escalation of wrongful convictions.
This text explores common misconceptions and their consequences
and provides readers with the ability to critically analyze information
promoted by the media and entertainment.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5531-7 • Paperback • 380 Pages • © 2011

Myths and Realities of Crime and Justice


What Every American Should Know
Steven E. Barkan, PhD
George J. Bryjak, PhD

Americans know relatively little about the reality of crime and the criminal
justice system in the United States, and most of their knowledge is a loose
collection of haphazardly accumulated truths, half-truths, and outright
falsehoods. The American public’s perception of crime is out of line with
crime reality. One consequence of such misinformation on the prevalence
of violent crime is that many people are more afraid of being the victim of a
violent crime than they realistically should be. Myths and Realities of Crime
and Justice provides readers with an accurate and up-to-date picture of crime
and justice in America. It presents many recent findings from criminologists
and criminal justice practitioners and debunks common misconceptions.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5574-4 • Paperback • 367 Pages • © 2009

Race, Ethnicity, and the Criminal Justice


System
Diane Williams, PhD, North Carolina A&T State University-
Greensboro

This new text provides a comprehensive analysis of the role that race and
ethnicity play in the American criminal justice system. The concepts of
race and ethnicity will be evaluated with respect to crime, victimization,
policing, courts and sentencing, corrections, and the death penalty. A
statistical overview and theories associated with the current trends are also
explored. Readers will be encouraged to form an opinion on whether or not
injustice based on race and ethnicity is a problem, whether or not the laws
as written are biased, and whether or not people of particular racial/ethnic
backgrounds are prone to commit more crime.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5191-3 • Paperback • 350 Pages • 2011


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SPECIAL TOPICS

Criminal Justice Administration


Strategies for the 21st Century
Clyde L. Cronkhite, PhD, Western Illinois University

Criminal Justice Administration: Strategies for the 21st Century


provides a comprehensive overview of the prevailing criminal justice
organizations present in law enforcement, courts, and correctional
systems. Using an approach that combines theory with application, this
text explores the operations, issues, and practices administrators within
criminal justice face today. This is an essential resource for aspiring or
practicing police administrators, supervisors, managers, and executives.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4111-2 • Hardcover • 576 Pages • © 2008


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Criminal Justice in England and the


United States
Second Edition
David Hirschel, PhD, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
William Wakefield, PhD, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Scott Sasse, PhD, Dana College

This fully updated Second Edition includes the latest information on


criminal justice policy and administration in England and the United
States. The author team’s direct experience working in the English and
American criminal justice systems provides students with unbiased
viewpoints on the objectives and effectiveness of each system.
Using a theoretical framework for the comparison of these uniquely
distinct criminal justice systems, this text helps students understand the
differences and similarities in values, laws, crime rates, and other factors
that exist between the two countries. Students are encouraged to assess
the structure and operation of these two criminal justice systems as well
as examine how policies are made and implemented.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4112-9 • Paperback • 384 Pages • © 2008


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Female Offenders
Critical Perspectives and Effective Interventions,
Second Edition
Ruth T. Zaplin, MA, MPA, DPA, The Zaplin Group, LLC

Female Offenders: Critical Perspectives and Effective Interventions,


Second Edition addresses the needs of female offenders and the root
issues connected to their maladaptive behaviors, trauma histories, and
mental health problems. By focusing on these root issues, this text
prepares future correctional managers and supervisors to rehabilitate
and empower female offenders to reenter society in a meaningful and
productive way. Grounded in the relevant research and literature,
this book blends theory with practice alongside program models and
effective strategies for reentry into society.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4115-0 • Paperback • 622 Pages • © 2007

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POLICING

An Introduction to Ethics in Policing


American Policing Misconduct and Integrity
Dennis J. Stevens, PhD, University of Julie Raines, JD, Northern Kentucky
North Carolina—Charlotte, Belmont Abbey University
College
Ethics in Policing: Misconduct and Integrity
An Introduction to American Policing highlights the need for empirical research to
demonstrates the quest to maintain both explain why some officers commit unethical
public safety and freedom by providing a acts and what might prompt other officers to
balanced, yet critical, investigation of police report such examples of misconduct. This text
history and theory. It connects criminal justice, offers an explanation of theories behind officer
criminology, and law enforcement knowledge misconduct coupled with practical advice
to the progress of the police community. Case for law enforcement officials regarding how
studies, narratives from violators, and current to foster ethical behavior while discouraging
research coverage help students recognize the misconduct.
central theories and practical (documented)
Key Features
realities of American law enforcement.
• Uses descriptive statistics and regression
Key Features models to explore an officer’s willingness to
• Discusses how officers balance policing in report misconduct.
today’s complex world with their lives at • Explores relevant literature in
home with loved ones. administrative ethics, social deviance
• Promotes “evidence policing” concepts theory, organizational culture, and street-
(scientific methods of discovery) linked to level bureaucrats.
policing policy. • Presents correlation, regression, and
• Each chapter includes learning objectives, structural equation modeling to give the
key terms, introductions and summaries, student and instructor an opportunity to
discussion questions, and case studies about discuss the difference between strength of
real-life application. relationships and predictability.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4893-7 • Paperback ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5530-0 • Paperback


610 Pages • © 2009 233 Pages • © 2010
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COMMUNITY AND INSTITUTIONAL CORRECTIONS

Community Corrections and Human


Dignity
Edward W. Sieh, PhD, Saint Cloud State University

Community Corrections and Human Dignity presents a new approach


to the rapidly growing fields of probation and parole. This book explores
the history of community corrections as well as modern issues, including
supervision models, offender treatment, parole and restorative parole,
and future crime prevention. Readers will learn about different types
of probationers, why offenders should be treated respectfully, and
proper offender treatment. With a positive focus and real life examples
throughout, this book presents a comprehensive discussion of past
achievements, current issues, and future challenges in the fields of
probation and parole.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-2905-9 • Hardcover • 382 Pages • © 2006


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Correctional Counseling
A Cognitive Growth Perspective
Key Sun, PhD, MSW, Central Washington University

Correctional Counseling shows students how to address a correctional


client’s needs during imprisonment and how to prepare clients for
release into the community. Using the cognitive growth model to
examine the major issues in correctional counseling, this text covers the
counselor roles, work settings and challenges, offender classification
and assessment, counseling processes, and intervention/therapeutic
techniques.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-4114-3 • Paperback • 206 Pages • © 2008


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Prison and Jail Administration


Practice and Theory, Second Edition
Peter M. Carlson, DPA, Christopher Newport University
Judith Simon Garrett, JD, Federal Bureau of Prisons

This Second Edition has been revised and updated to cover everything
from organizational structure and management accountability to food
service, personnel corruption, and the impact of technology in penal
institutions. Essential reading for students in correctional administration
courses, the text includes chapters contributed by over sixty leading
academics and practitioners. Readers are provided with a unique balance
of practice and theory.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-2862-5 • Paperback • 583 Pages • © 2008


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CORRECTIONS MANAGEMENT

Managing Correctional Crises


John M. McCullough

Managing Correctional Crises explains how to handle prison and jail


crises, such as violence, hunger strikes, suicides, hostage takings, and
riots, and provides valuable information on the various stages of crises.
By using real examples and scenarios, this essential resource provides
valuable information on what fuels disturbances, how to spot an
impending crisis, general guidelines for managing a crisis, and how to
handle specific types of crises.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3072-7 • Paperback • 187 Pages • © 2006

Legal Aspects of Corrections Management


Second Edition
Clair A. Cripe, JD, General Counsel, Federal Bureau of Prisons
(Retired)
Michael G. Pearlman, MS, JD, Legal and Correctional Program
Administrator, Federal Bureau of Prisons (Retired)

Virtually every type of activity performed in any corrections agency


or facility may be subject to a lawsuit. Through the use of case law,
this Second Edition explains what the law has said about specific areas
of corrections operations and practices. It is a handy reference for the
corrections professional and a valuable resource for criminal justice
professors and students.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-2545-7 • Hardcover • 526 Pages • © 2005


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The Effective Corrections Manager


Correctional Supervision for the Future,
Second Edition
Richard L. Phillips
Charles R. McConnell, Management Consultant, The VMC
Group, Niagra Falls, New York, Human Resource and Editorial
Consultant, Ontario, New York

The Effective Corrections Manager, Second Edition provides current


information on management and supervision, and offers practical advice
based on direct experience. Managing a correctional agency hinges on
effectively recruiting, training, directing, and motivating people. This
book teaches readers how to be successful in those endeavors.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-3311-7 • Hardcover • 500 Pages • © 2005

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SECURITY

Computer Forensics
Computer Crime Scene Investigation, Third Edition
John R. Vacca

Despite efforts to safeguard sensitive data and networks, organizations


today face an ever-growing threat of cybercrime and security violations.
These attacks can occur internally or externally and include fraud,
copyright infringement, and stolen data. This computer forensics and
incident response book provides a legal method for handling computer
misuse as well as a means for securing sensitive data and identifying
compromised systems. It includes a comprehensive introduction to
computer forensics investigative techniques and provides readers with
the knowledge and skills required to conduct a computer forensics
investigation from initial discovery to completion.

ISBN: 978-0-7637-7997-9 • Paperback • 1000 Pages • © 2011


Available Spring 2010

Private Security in the 21st Century


Concepts and Applications
Edward J. Maggio, New York Institute of Technology

Private Security in the 21st Century informs readers about the historical
development of private security and provides new information for
educating and training private security personnel. Each chapter serves as
a “crash course” on the different security fields. Unlike other textbooks
on private security, this text covers a wide variety of private security jobs
in the field and step-by-step “how to” sections for college learners, trade
school students, private security personnel, law enforcement personnel,
business students, and other individuals who want to learn in a quick
and efficient manner.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5190-6 • Paperback • 374 Pages • © 2009


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Terrorism in America
Dr. Kevin Borgeson, Salem State College, Salem, Massachusetts
Robin Valeri, PhD, St. Bonaventure University

Since the events of September 11, 2001, research has had a tendency to
focus specifically on international terrorism, overlooking the depth of
terrorism on both sides. Terrorism in America looks at issues of both
domestic and international terrorism in the United States. Using existing
FBI data and ethnographic data, this book compares and contrasts
domestic sources of terrorism in the United States to those in other
countries, while also discussing efforts by domestic terrorists to form
alliances with foreign groups. Based on data from interviews, readers
will learn about the fundamental beliefs and motivations of terrorism
groups. Readers are provided with a history of counterterrorism in the
United States, as well as research regarding fear of terrorism and its
impact on individuals and the nation as a whole. Grounded in research
and theory, this comprehensive resource will raise the public’s awareness
and concern about domestic terrorism.

ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5524-9 • Paperback • 166 Pages • © 2009

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