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17 J. Crim. Just. Educ. i (2006)

handle is hein.journals/jcrimjed17 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of Criminal Justice Education
Letter from the Editor
J. Mitchell Miller
Conceptualizing Justice: Revising the Introductory
Criminal Justice Course
Stephen S. Owen, Henry F. Fradetla, Tod W. Burke, and Jerry Joplin  3
Enriching Student Understanding of Trial Courts through
Service Learning
Diane M. Hartmus, James N. G. Cauthen, and James P. Levt-        23
Freshman Learning Communities in Criminology and Criminal Justice:
An Effective Tool for Enhancing Student Recruitment and Learning
Dean A. Dabney, Lindsey Green, and Volkan Topalli                44
An Evaluation of a Pilot Service-Learning Course for Criminal
Justice Undergraduate Students
Nancy Hirschinger-Blank and Michael W. Markowitz                 69
Using Groups in Criminal Justice C,         ew Twists on a
Traditional Pedagogical Tool
Peter R. Jones                                                    87
Socrates in the Modern Classroom: How Are Large Classes in Criminal
Justice Being Taught?
Melissa Schaefer Morabito and Richard R. Bennett                 103
Tired of Reeding Bad Papers? Teaching Research an(
Writing Skills to Criminal Justice Students
Heather L. Pfeifer and Caroline W. Ferree                        121
Academic Achievement and Statistical Knowledge:
A Comparison of Criminal Justice and Noncriminal Justice Majors
Jon L. Proctor                                                   143
Goals, Expectations, and Satisfaction of Criminal Justice Majors:
Implications for Faculty, Students, and Programs
Pamela Tontodonato                                               162
Ignoring the Past: Coverage of Slavery and Slave Patrt, --
Criminal Justice Texts
K. B. Turner, David Giacopassi, and Margaret                     181
About the Authors                                                196

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