Striking the Balance
Debating Criminal Justice and Law
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Award-winning professor and author Matthew Lippman enhances teaching and learning with his newest text, Striking the Balance: Debating Criminal Justice and Law. Organizing the book around clashing points of view on contemporary issues in criminal justice and criminal law, Lippman puts each debate into context for students to help them develop a better understanding of the issue. Designed to develop the reader’s critical thinking skills, the text offers students summaries of contrasting views from original sources, questions for classroom discussion, and engaging "You Decide" activities. Additionally, chapter topics are independent of one another, giving instructors the flexibility to customize the material to their individual course organization. Edited to minimize technical legal terms, the text is the perfect companion to any criminal law or introductory criminal justice textbook.
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||9781506357478, 9781506357478, 9781506357478, 9781506367651, 9781506367644, 9781506367668, 1506367658|
|Number of Pages||304|