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18 J. Crim. Just. Educ. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/jcrimjed18 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of Criminal Justice Education
Special Issue: The History of Criminal Justice Higher Education
Guest Editors: Alex Piquero and Ruth Triplett
From the Editor
J. Mitchell Miller                                               1
Crime, Justice and Criminology Education: The Importance
of Disciplinary Foundations
Charles Wellford                                                 2
Changes in Scholarly Influence in Major American Criminology
and Criminal Justice Journals between 1986 and 2000
Ellen G. Cohn and David P. Farrington                            6
Doctoral Education in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Natasha A. Frost and Todd R. Clear                              35
Assessing the Quality of Doctoral Programs in Criminology
in the United States
Benjamin Steiner and John Schwartz                              53
Ensuring Quality in Criminal Justice Education:
Academic Standards and the Reemergence of Accreditation
Mittie D. Southertand, Alida V. Merlo, Lynette Robinson,
Peter J. Benekos, and Jay S. Albanese                           87
Police Education and the University Sector:
Contrasting Models from the Australian Experience
Kerry Wimshurst and Janet Ransley                              106
Observations and Reflections on the Evolution
of Crime-Related Higher Education
J. Price Foster, Jeffrey S. Magers, and Jessica Mullikin       123
Criminal Justice Education at Historically Black Colleges
and Universities: Three Decades of Progress
Everette B. Penn and Shaun L. Gabbidon                          137
The Search for Criminal Justice Theory:
Reflections on Kraska's Theorizing Criminal Justice
Marvin Zalman                                                   163
About the Authors                                               182

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