Encyclopedia of Violence: Origins, Attitudes, Consequences

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This volume addresses one of the most alarming social characteristics of contemporary society, the high incidence of violence and crime. It takes as its subject street and domestic violence and crime, as well as the related areas of corporate or "white-collar" crime and organized crime, considered as aspects of a single but complex and extraordinarily dangerous public health problem. The author scrutinizes statistical evidence as well as the unquantifiable sociocultural and psychological roots of violence, and summarizes ...

Encyclopedia of Violence: Origins, Attitudes, Consequences 1993, Facts on File, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780816023325

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