10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRIMINOLOGIC»
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Ventures in Criminology: Selected Recent Papers
CHAPTER 15 Two International Criminologic Congresses: A Panorama Sheldon
Glueck I Two international gatherings of importance to the study of crime and the
improvement of the administration of criminal justice convened in Europe during
Sheldon Glueck, Eleanor Glueck, 2013
Research Methods for Criminology and Criminal Justice
To begin with, criminal justice and criminologic research is often divided into two
forms: applied and basic. Applied Research Perhaps the most immediately useful
type of research in criminal justice is applied research, which is primarily an ...
Mark L. Dantzker, Ronald Hunter, 2011
Bulletin of the National Research Council
For 6ome time there has been in progress by Columbia University a criminologic
survey of the country, made possible by a grant from the General Education
Board. The object of this survey is to determine the advisability and feasibility of ...
Homicide: A Bibliography, Second Edition
Criminalistic and criminologic aspects for practice and research. Arch Kriminol,
777(1-2), 1-8. (Exhumation - Criminologic) Brinkmann, B., et al. (1986)
Exhumation by reason of the criminal process. A comparative criminologic study.
Bal K. Jerath, Rajinder Jerath, 1993
Handbook of Law and Economics
These limitations also constrain the scope of this chapter. 2. Basic theory:
economic v. criminologic 2.1. The economic model ofcrime 2.1.1. Deterrence The
idea that offenders respond to the costs and benefits of crime dates to the
A. Mitchell Polinsky, Steven Shavell, 2007
Explorations in Criminal Psychopathology: Clinical Syndromes ...
That definition of sadistic behavior resonates well indeed with conceptualizations
drawn from criminologic data. That the “proposed category” has utterly
disappeared in DSM–IVis a cause of wonderment but not surprise to
criminologists, who ...
Louis B. Schlesinger, 2007
Tinder-Box Criminal Aggression: Neuropsychology, Demography, ...
... focus on neurogenic impulsivity, from neurochemical and criminologic
research on the contribution to aggressive violence made by mood-altering
biochemical substances, from criminologic research on the demography of
criminal violence, ...
Nathaniel J. Pallone, James J. Hennessy, 1996
Brain and Behaviour: Critical Concepts in Psychology
Nevertheless, the clinical analogy to "guilty knowledge detection" is obvious. In
both criminologic investigation and agnosia assessment, the examiner's task is to
determine what, if any, information the subject has about the relevant stimuli.
Foundations of Criminal Science: The development of knowledge
Therefore, while drugs do not appear to cause crime per se, they do seem to
accelerate, exacerbate, and stimulate preexisting criminologic tendencies.
Heroin, because of its high cost, and alcohol and PCP, because they
occasionally lead to ...
Carr-Hill and Stern (1979) emphasize that the economic and criminologic
approaches should be seen as complementary rather than conflicting. They
maintain that the economic approach isolates the importance of the probabilities
Erling Eide, Paul H. Rubin, Joanna Mehlop Shepherd, 2006
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CRIMINOLOGIC»
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A prison system primed to explode
This is a compromised population which presents some very complex mental health, physical health and (criminologic) issues,” says Sapers in ... «iPolitics.ca, Aug 13»
New Approaches to Juvenile Delinquency: Psychopathology …
The traditional criminologic view of delinquency has resulted in a very large, heterogeneous category that has poor predictive validity in ... «Psychiatric Times, Jan 07»