Seeking Justice: The Advantages and Disadvantages of Being Educated
Criminal justice needs to be examined and developed in the larger context of social justice. Social ills such as pervasive individual and corporate greed and evasiveness need to be addressed as we attempt to promote a greater sense of social peace. Such an effort involves teaching meaningful social values in both general education settings as well as in the particular discipline of criminal justice.
Braswell, Michael; and Lafollette, Hugh. 1988. Seeking Justice: The Advantages and Disadvantages of Being Educated. American Journal of Criminal Justice. Vol.12(2). 135-146. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02888932 ISSN: 1066-2316