Homicide, patterns, prevention, and control: proceedings of a conference held 12-14 May 1992
Heather Strang, Sally-Anne Gerull, Australian Institute of Criminology
Australian Institute of Criminology, 1993 - Law - 284 pages
Conference papers on the patterns, prevention and control of homicide, containing case studies, statistical data, perpetrator profiles, legal, cultural and gender issues, and perspectives by police and forensic experts. A discussion of prevention and control strategies highlights the effects of childhood exposure to violent attitudes and behaviours, as well as the problems of reaching consensus on firearms control. Includes a bibliography and an index.
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