Comparing “Pracademic” Teaching Techniques and Career Outcomes in Online and Traditional Criminal Justice Educational Environments

Robert D. Hanser (University of Louisiana – Monroe, USA), Attapol Kuanliang (University of Louisiana – Monroe, USA) and Nathan R. Moran (Midwestern State University, USA)
Copyright: © 2014 |Pages: 471
EISBN13: 9781466659391|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-5051-0.ch023
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Abstract

The authors utilize qualitative and quantitative techniques to show how practitioner-oriented approaches to teaching criminal justice coursework in the on-line setting can be just as effective, or even more so, than traditional methods. In addition, new data are provided that give this analysis a quasi-longitudinal approach to observing cohort participants as they progress throughout their future career and educational aspirations. Teaching techniques and additional means of appraising effectiveness in criminal justice education are discussed. Recommendations, resulting from these findings are provided.
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