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31 J. Crim. Just. Educ. [i] (2020)

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JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION
Volume  31 Number  1 March 2020


CONTENTS

      Articles
1     Why  Do Criminology and Criminal Justice Students Choose Their Major? An
      Examination of Parental, Personality, and Other Individual Characteristics
      Rebecca Ridener, Sarah Kuehn, and Paul Wesley Scott

23    Do Fictional Forensic and Criminal Investigation Television Shows Influence
      Students' Enrollment Decisions?
      Bostjan Slak, Vanja Ida Ereulj, Igor Areh, and Bojan Doboviek

43    Student Perceptions of Employer Use of Social Media in Selection Decisions:
      Comparing  Criminal Justice Majors to Non-Majors
      Michael T. Rossler and Charles Scheer

63    College Students' Fear of Crime and Perception of Safety: The Influence of
      Personal and University Prevention Measures
      Shana L. Maier and Brett T. DePrince

82    The Group Must Come   First Next Time: Students' Self-Assessment of
      Groupwork  in a First-Year Criminal Justice Topic
      Angela Melville

100   Broadening the Productivity Lens in Criminology and Criminal Justice: An
      Exploratory Study of the Research Contributions of Master's Degree Program
      Faculty, 2014-2018
      Eileen M. Ahlin

124   The Benefits of Criminal Justice Internships at a Historically Black University:
      An Analysis of Site Supervisors' Evaluations of Interns' Professional
      Development
      Tameka  Williams, Daniel K. Pryce, Tyler Clark, and Hydeia Wilfong

141   Research in Action: Student Perceptions of Active Learning in Criminal
      Justice Research Courses
      Dana N. Baxter and Katherine Ely

      Book  Reviews
155   Review of: Great Debates in Criminology
      Travis C. Pratt

157   Careers for the criminal justice major: a practical guide to course Selection,
      descriptions of entry-level positions and best prospects for career development
      Molly George

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