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Title Homicide : trends, causes and prevention / Randal B. Toliver and Ulrich R. Coyne, editors.
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2009]

Series Criminal justice, law enforcement and corrections series
Criminal justice, law enforcement and corrections.
Subject Homicide.
Criminal psychology.
Alt Name Coyne, Ulrich R.,
Toliver, Randal B.,
Series Criminal justice, law enforcement and corrections series
Criminal justice, law enforcement and corrections.
Subject Homicide.
Criminal psychology.
Alt Name Coyne, Ulrich R.,
Toliver, Randal B.,
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome. rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based on print version record.
Contents Intro -- HOMICIDE:TRENDS, CAUSES AND PREVENTION -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- PROFILING HOMICIDE OFFENDERS:TOWARDS A NEW OFFENDER PROFILING MODEL -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- Profiling Homicide Offenders: Assumptions, Theories And UnderlyingConcepts -- Criticisms on the Current Offender Profiling Approach -- A New Offender Profiling Model -- METHOD -- Participants -- Procedure -- PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF HOMICIDE OFFENDERS' NARRATIVES -- Time Phases, Situational Characteristics and Behaviors in HomicideOffending -- Determination of Time Phases -- Situational Themes Not Restricted to a Specific Time Block -- The Context of the Violent Act, Including the Far Preamble -- The Preamble of the Violent Act -- The Situation That Preceded the Trigger of the Offense -- The Trigger of the Offense -- The Interaction between the Victim and the Offender -- After the Crime -- Cognitions and Affects in Homicide Offending -- Cognitions in Homicide Offending -- Affects in Homicide Offending -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- HOMICIDAL AND SUICIDAL SHARP FORCEFATALITIES: A STUDY OVER 20 YEARS -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. MATERIALS AND METHODS -- 2.1. Generality -- 2.2. Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria -- 2.2.1. Inclusion Criteria -- 2.2.2. Exclusion Criteria -- 2.3. Studied Parameters -- 2.3.1. Demographic Parameters -- 2.3.2. Number of Wounds -- 2.3.3. Type of Wounds -- 2.3.4. Anatomical Site of Wounds -- 2.3.5. Bone and Cartilage Wounds -- 2.3.6. Longitudinal Axis of Stab Wounds Located at the Anterior Part of the Trunk -- 2.3.7. Type of Objects Used -- 2.3.7.1. "Non-weapon type objects" -- 2.3.7.2."Weapon type objects" -- 2.3.8. Injury Severity Score (ISS) -- 2.3.8.1. AIS [39] -- 2.3.8.2. ISS [39] -- 2.3.9. Associated Lesions -- 2.3.9.1. Associated Violence Wounds -- 2.3.9.2. Associated Defence Wounds -- 2.3.9.3. Associated Fall Lesions.
2.3.9.4. Associated Hesitation Wounds -- 2.4. Statistical Analysis -- 2.4.1. Uni-Variate Analysis -- 2.4.2. Multi-Variate Analysis -- 3. RESULTS -- 3.1. Population -- 3.2. Uni-Variate Analysis -- 3.2.1. Demographic Parameters -- 3.2.3. Type of Wounds -- 3.2.4. Anatomical Site Of Wounds -- 3.2.5. Bone And Cartilage Wounds -- 3.2.6. Longitudinal Axis of Stab Wounds Located at the Anterior Part of the Trunk -- 3.2.7. Type of Objects Used -- 3.2.8. Injury Severity Score -- 3.2.9. Associated Traumatic Lesions -- 3.3. Multi-Variate Analysis -- 3.3.1. First Multi-Variate Model -- 3.3.2. Second Multi-Variate Model -- 3.3.3. Third Multi-Variate Model -- 3.3.4. Conclusions of the Multi-Variate Analysis -- 4. DISCUSSION -- 4.1. Collection of Data and Bias -- 4.2. Not Studied Parameters -- 4.3. Results -- 4.3.1. Demographic Parameters -- 4.3.2. Number of Wounds -- 4.3.3. Type of Wounds -- 4.3.4. Anatomical Site of Wounds -- 4.3.5. Bone and Cartilage Wounds -- 4.3.6. Longitudinal Axis of Stab Wounds Located at the Anterior Part of the Trunk -- 4.3.7. Type of Objects Used -- 4.3.8. Injury Severity Score -- 4.3.9. Associated Traumatic Lesions -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- HOMICIDE BY MENTALLY DISORDERED OFFENDERSIN ENGLAND AND WALES -- DEFINITION -- EPIDEMIOLOGY -- LEGAL CLASSIFICATION IN ENGLAND AND WALES -- Lawful Homicide -- Unlawful Homicide -- Clinical Categories of Homicide -- Murder -- Manslaughter -- Voluntary Manslaughter -- Involuntary Manslaughter -- Infanticide -- AMNESIA -- DRUGS AND ALCOHOL -- CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (INSANITY ANDUNFITNESS TO PLEAD) ACT 1991 -- Homicide Followed by Suicide -- PSYCHODYNAMIC ASPECTS -- TRENDS IN HOMICIDE RATES DUE TO MENTAL DISORDER INENGLAND AND WALES -- HOMICIDE, VIOLENCE AND MENTAL ILLNESS.
Avoidable Deaths -- The National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide andHomicide by People with Mental Illness, University of Manchester, England -- INQUIRIES INTO HOMICIDES BY PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS -- REFERENCES -- THE IMPACT OF GUN CONTROL ON MURDER ANDSUICIDE IN CANADA -- CANADA VERSUS THE UNITED STATES -- GUN AVAILABILITY IN CANADA -- PROXY MEASURES OF GUN AVAILABILITY -- Suicide -- Homicide -- Armed Robbery -- Accidental Deaths -- BILL C-51 -- Methodologically Sound Research -- Males -- Females -- Suicide -- Provincial Suicide Rates -- Homicide -- Accidental Deaths -- Armed Robbery -- THE IMPLEMENTATION OF GUN CONTROL LAWS -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- MASS MURDERER, UNWILLINGEXECUTIONER, OR SOMETHING ELSE: A CASESTUDY OF A SERBIAN SOLDIER -- ABSTRACT -- METHODS -- Data Sources -- Data Analysis -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- HOMICIDE TRENDS IN DELHI, INDIA -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- MATERIAL AND METHODS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- HOMICIDE AS A SOURCE OF MATERNAL MORTALITYIN THE UNITED STATES -- ABBREVIATIONS -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- RECENT DATA, ASCERTAINMENT, AND LIMITATIONS -- ASSOCIATIONS -- Race -- Age -- Pregnancy -- Means -- INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE -- Scope and Associations -- Limitations -- Temporal Aspects -- Means of Evaluation -- PREVENTION OF PREGNANCY-ASSOCIATED HOMICIDE -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- THE EFFECT OF MARITAL STATUS ON MALEHOMICIDE VICTIMIZATION:A RACE SPECIFIC ANALYSIS -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- PREVIOUS RESEARCH -- Ecological Level Research -- Individual Level Research -- Routine Activities and Homicide Victimization -- RACE, MARITAL STATUS, AND HOMICIDE -- METHODOLOGY -- ANALYSIS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- HOMICIDAL CASES BY SHARP FORCE INJURIES -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- MATERIAL AND METHODS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- Sharp Injuries.
Survival Period -- Weapon -- Post Mortem Imaging Techniques -- Differentiation between Homicide and Suicide -- Domestic Violence -- Post Mortem Sharp Injuries -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- CULPABLE HOMICIDE NOT AMOUNTING TOMURDER AS A CAUSE OF MORTALITY IN THEDISTRICT OF SOUTH CANARA- A SCENARIO FROMSOUTH INDIA -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- CRIMINAL STATUTES ON HOMICIDE IN INDIA -- AUTHORS' PRESENT STUDY -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- INDEX.
ISBN 9781617285196 ebook
1617285196
1607416255 hardcover
9781607416258 hardcover
OCLC # 662453074
Additional Format Print version: Homicide New York : Nova Science Publishers, c2009. 1607416255 (hardcover) (DLC) 2009017795


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