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  • Author:
    James A. Inciardi,A. Pottieger
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Series: SAGE Text/Reader Series in Criminology and Criminal Justice. The book explores historical and contemporary issues such as race as a social construct; the treatment of minorities and immigrants in American history; explanations of race and crime; disproportionate arrest, victimization, and confinement; racial profiling; wrongful convictions; and the "War on Drugs. Do Theories of Crime or Violence Explain Race Differences in Delinquency? by Richard B.

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Serial crimes of a sexual and/or homicidal nature continue to. represent a major concern to the public. eld of suspects (which sometimes number in the hundreds or even. Internationally, two main approaches have developed: crime. scene profiling and offender profiling.

I thereby investigate how the media narrate a murder series of nine men with a migration background, a nail bomb attack in a Turkish-dominated street and an (attempted) murder of two police officers

I thereby investigate how the media narrate a murder series of nine men with a migration background, a nail bomb attack in a Turkish-dominated street and an (attempted) murder of two police officers. I compare the narratives constructed both before and after the identification of the perpetrators in November 2011.

Theoretical Criminology - Sage Publications. Historical and philosophical background. contemporary approaches are often reincarnations of past discourses

Theoretical Criminology - Sage Publications. dissertation on the ontology of Arist~tle,~~ a book on Aristotle's psychology  . contemporary approaches are often reincarnations of past discourses. Without a sufficient understanding of how the field has evolved, there is the constant danger of continually reinventing the wheel. There is, in fact, much evidence to support the proposition that much of what is taken to be new is actually deeply embedded in the discursive past of the field.

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The new Sage Key Approaches to Criminology series is intended to celebrate the removal of traditional barriers between disciplines and bring together some of the leading scholars working at the intersections of different, yet related subjects. Fortunately few of us will be victims of serious crime but all of us know much (some would say too much) about every aspect of offending, victimhood and crime detection.

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