Session 148: CJ5 -> Innovative Practices in Teaching Criminal Justice
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Olympic
Session Chair: Jon'a Meyer, Rutgers University - Camden
Preparing Criminal Justice Students for New Developments in Crime: The Issue of High Technology Crime
by: Larry J. Myers, Texas A & M University (Corresponding)
Laura B. Myers, Sam Houston State University
Misti A. Tobias, Sam Houston State University
Teaching as Research: Intertextuality as a Tool for Information Distribution
by: Jeanne Curran, California State Univ. - Dominguez Hills (Corresponding)
Susan R. Takata, University of Wisconsin, Parkside
A Pedagogical Tool for Teaching Criminological Theory: The Nacirema Revisited
by: Frank Hagan, Mercyhurst College (Corresponding)
Peter J. Benekos, Mercyhurst College
Criminal Justice Students in the Year 2000: Are They Changing? Should Their Education Change, Too?
by: Christine M. Plumeri, SUNY Brockport (Corresponding)

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