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The history making US Crime Control Act of 1994 earmarked hundreds of millions of dollars in grant monies for a variety of justice related purposes turning crime control into a growing industry. This book directs the reader towards locating new sources of public and private funding as well as how to: formulate and state a problem that argues for funding; describe the methods for addressing the problem; clearly state measurable objectives; propose a comprehensive evaluation plan; succinctly describe the applicant's qualifications; detail and defend a budget; and solicit meaningful letters of support.
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Escaping Eden brings together feminist biblical scholars to explore how aspects of social location such as gender, ethnicity, class, and religious background affect biblical interpretation. The volume combines feminist reading strategies with sustained methodological inquiry. Writing in a range of modes including historical and literary criticism, cultural studies, satirical fiction, and the personal essay, the contributors challenge the presumed objectivity of conventional biblical scholarship. Interrogating biblical authority, que(e)rying Jeremiah, exploring translation as a feminist act, and reclaiming texts as diverse as Genesis, Luke, and Philippians, Escaping Eden expands the usual boundaries of biblical academic discourse.
A distinguished collection of readings representing the fundamental perspectives of criminology theory, this anthology presents original classics that are intelligible to undergraduates as well as graduates. Classic works from criminologists such as Cesare Beccaria, Jeremy Bentham, Cesare Lombroso, Clifford R. Shaw and Henry D. McKay, Thorsten Sellin, Edwin H. Sutherland, Ronald L. Akers, Robert K. Merton, Albert K. Cohen, Richard A. Cloward and Lloyd E. Ohlin, Walter B. Miller, Howard S. Becker, Edwin M. Lemert, Richard Quinney, Steven Spitzer, Austin T. Turk, Gresham M. Sykes and David Matza, Walter C. Reckless, Travis Hirschi, Lawrence E. Cohen and Marcus Felson, and Dorie Klein. The authors provide organization and context to a collection of writings from renowned and respected criminologists. A brief criminologist profile precedes each presentation of a classic article written by that criminologist.
Emphasizes a forward-thinking approach to services in criminal justice administration This text uses a service-quality lens to address administration and management concepts in the criminal justice system, identifying the stakeholders and their roles within the service delivery process. Students and criminal justice administrators will come away with an understanding of how to respond to “customers” and to changing environmental factors, how to better address community needs, and how to respond appropriately to global and national dilemmas. This text encourages students to internalize the importance of their future role in providing high-quality and effective criminal justice services and challenges them to critique their own views on what constitutes management in this service sector. Key Features Comprehensive coverage includes a range of theoretical perspectives in criminal justice management and addresses both closed- and open-system approaches Case studies at the end of each chapter encourage students to apply the material learned to real-world situations they are likely to face in their careers “In the News” boxes help students see the practical implications of chapter concepts “Career Highlights” boxes describe various types of jobs in management and administration in the criminal justice field

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