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“Changing Patterns of Homicide and Social Policy” is a grant funded by the National Institute of Justice to examine homicide in three urban areas. The goals of the project are (a) to document the nature of changes in homicide in three sites from 1980 to 1994; (b) to determine neighborhood...
Statistical graphics are powerful tools for analyzing data. They are designed to display data in ways that communicate hidden information. They expose relationships that otherwise might not be recognized. Unfortunately, graphical displays of data are rarely published in social science journals....
For several decades, the debates and research regarding the death penalty and deterrence have focused on whether the assumed deterrent effects were real. The rise of brutalization theory, and the growing evidence in support of the theory, poses a dilemma with a different significance: It appears...
Public health professionals have called for the use of epidemiologic methods to study violence, particularly firearm-related homicide. This literature review uses epidemiology texts to evaluate the extent to which public health research has complied with epidemiologic methodology, focusing...
This article draws on a qualitative analysis of homicide in Victoria, Australia, to examine the concept of “victim precipitated homicide.” Despite the enduring popularity of the term, there are many problems in its use for the present-day study of homicide, including the lack of adequate...
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