Revel Criminal Justice

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Empower students to actively participate in learning

Our criminal justice authors have reimagined their content for Revel, embedding interactives throughout the narrative that bring the discipline to life. Instead of simply reading about criminal justice, students think critically about key topics. For example, Point/Counterpoint videos explore views on controversial issues such as search and seizure, profiling, prisoner rights, and the Patriot Act. And Social Explorer maps correlate crime and corrections data with socioeconomic and other criminal justice data. By empowering students to actively participate in learning, Revel boosts engagement and improves results.

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Data-rich Interactives

Interactive maps, figures, and tables with Social Explorer technology let students interact with real data to explore concepts they've just read about.

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Author Explanatory Videos

Students watch the text’s author clarify and expand on critical topics through videos integrated into the narrative of each chapter.

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Point/Counterpoint Video example

Point/Counterpoint Videos

Videos presenting two opposing evidence-based arguments help students analyze criminal justice issues.

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Interactive Readings

Critical-thinking and content-application activities engage students in the reading as they apply their understanding.

Shared Writing

Writing activities promote critical thinking and peer-to-peer collaboration.

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