Advanced Applications in CJUS: HOME

This guide was created for Dr. Sheri Jenkins Keenan and her students by librarian Stephanie Kinsler.

Course Description

Selected special issues integrating theory and empirical research with the evolving field of criminal justice practice, programs, and policy. Students will apply skills learned throughout the course of study in developing a program or policy proposal and in developing a visual presentation. 

Prerequisites:

CJUS 1100, either 2226 or 2326 or 2426, 3130, 3540, and senior standing in CJUS, or permission of the department chair. 

Course Documents

Required Readings

You will have readings assigned weekly. You will either be provided with the readings for a particular unit or these readings will be posed online or available online. 

Looking for something?

*Please consult with your professor if you have questions about your course, grade, or other materials related this course. 

*Please consult with the librarian if you need help with research assignment for this course.

The librarian (pictured left) can:

  • help you find information that can be useful in choosing your research topic (re: a program or policy proposal). 
  • tell you what library databases and/or websites can be helpful in finding reliable information
  • assist you with finding credible and reliable sources included empirical research (original research studies)

Need research help? Email me shknsler@memphis.edu

Your Librarian

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Perveen Rustomfram
Contact:
Government Publications Librarian
107C Ned McWherter Library
Memphis, TN 38152
Ph. (901) 678-8203
Liaison to Criminology, Nursing, Psychology, and Social Work