Cognella Series on Career Development in Criminology and Criminal Justice

The Cognella Series on Career Development in Criminology and Criminal Justice is a collection of textbooks designed to support higher education instructors who teach courses across the curriculum.

Written by renowned professionals with extensive experience in both criminal justice practice and higher education instruction, these books provide professors with comprehensive, creative, and effective approaches for teaching students the fundamental knowledge they need to succeed in their studies and build a working knowledge of their chosen profession. Each textbook features unique teaching methods and actionable strategies to invigorate courses, better engage learners, and improve the overall classroom experience for both students and instructors.

Series editor: Catherine D. Marcum, Ph.D.—Assistant Chair of the Department of Government and Justice Studies and Associate Professor of Criminal Justice—Appalachian State University

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  1. A Guide to Graduate School Success for Criminal Justice, Public Safety, and Administration of Justice Students
    (First Edition)
    Patricia Mitchell, Mark D. Bradbury, Catherine D. Marcum, and Frank Schmalleger
    ©2019
  2. Teaching Criminological Theory
    (First Edition)
    Shelly L. Clevenger and Jordana N. Navarro
    ©2019
  3. Teaching Introduction to Corrections
    (First Edition)
    Ashley G. Blackburn and Lori Brusman Lovins
    ©2019
  4. Teaching Research Methods
    (First Edition)
    Tina L. Freiburger and Alyssa M. Sheeran
    ©2019

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