Teaching Criminology and Criminal Justice
This book addresses the challenges within teaching Criminology and Criminal Justice, for students studying and academics involved in designing and delivering courses at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. The book highlights a number of contemporary issues through a wide context of themes and reflections of practice. The chapters are arranged in thematic parts: firstly ‘the challenges of diversity and inclusion’ secondly ‘challenges of creating authentic learning environments', and lastly ‘the challenge of creating transformative conversation’. These themes discuss different teaching approaches and present materials which address questions relevant for meeting the challenges. The book focuses on the role and impact of teaching Criminology and Criminal Justice in the real world and explores debates which have autonomy in their questioning and overlapping themes. The narratives reflect upon others’ experiences and explore transformative learning and innovation in Criminology and Criminal Justice.
- 2022 The Editor
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- Springer International Publishing
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