The Resource Questions and answers in lethal and non-lethal violence, 1993 : proceedings of the second annual Workshop of the Homicide Research Working Group, June 13 to 17, 1993, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia, edited by Carolyn Rebecca Block, Richard L. Block

Questions and answers in lethal and non-lethal violence, 1993 : proceedings of the second annual Workshop of the Homicide Research Working Group, June 13 to 17, 1993, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia, edited by Carolyn Rebecca Block, Richard L. Block

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Questions and answers in lethal and non-lethal violence, 1993 : proceedings of the second annual Workshop of the Homicide Research Working Group, June 13 to 17, 1993, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia
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Questions and answers in lethal and non-lethal violence, 1993
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proceedings of the second annual Workshop of the Homicide Research Working Group, June 13 to 17, 1993, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia
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edited by Carolyn Rebecca Block, Richard L. Block
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federal national government publication
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illustrations
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non fiction
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1993 :
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Homicide Research Working Group
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  • Block, Carolyn R
  • Block, Richard
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Research report / National Institute of Justice
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  • Homicide
  • Violence
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Questions and answers in lethal and non-lethal violence, 1993 : proceedings of the second annual Workshop of the Homicide Research Working Group, June 13 to 17, 1993, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia, edited by Carolyn Rebecca Block, Richard L. Block
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Contents
PUBLIC HEALTH AND PUBLIC SAFETY. Applying the Public Health Perspective to Violence Prevention: A Consideration Based on the Historical Roots of Public Health -- The impact of Homicide on Life Chances: International, lntranational and Demographic Comparisons -- Life Chances of Becoming a Victim of Homicide -- A Lifespan Perspective on Homicidal Violence: The Young Male Syndrome -- DATA FOR WHAT? INTERVENTION STRATEGIES BASED ON DATA ANALYSIS -- Supporting Adolescents with Guidance and Employment (SAGE): A Violence Prevention Program for Young African-American Males -- Deadly Sins: An Examination oi the Production and Direction of Lethal Violence -- Assessing the Relationship Between Drugs and Violence: An Aggregate-level Analysis -- The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System -- REVIEWS OF HOMICIDE DATASETS. Homicide Research and the National incident-Based Reporting System -- The Canadian Homicide Database -- The Supplemental Homicide Report (SHR): A Neglected but Valuable Source for Homicide Research -- Issues in the Use of Supplemental Homicide Reports -- Datasets for the Study of Lynching -- Murder in Large Urban Counties, 1988 -- NIOSH Occupational Homicide Data -- The Study of Homicide Caseflow: Creating a Comprehensive Homicide Dataset -- SPATIAL ANALYSIS - THEORY, METHOD AND PRACTICE. Elevated Homicide Risk Environments in a Single African-American Community: The Case of Milwaukee -- Place-Specific and Place-Based Homicide Risk Analysis -- Hot Spot Areas of Street Gang Motivated Crime: Chicago 1987-1990 -- "Mapless Mapping" and the Windshield Wiper Effect in the Spatial Distribution of Serial Rapes -- Mapping Crime: An Inescapable but Valuable Task for lntracommunity Analysis -- Peoria Critical incident Zones Proiect Designated Patrols to Reduce Lethal Street Violence -- VICTIM PRECIPITATION. Victim Precipitation in Victimology and in Law -- The Meaning and Measurement of Victim Precipitation -- Victim-Precipitated Killings and "Homicide Contests" -- Victim Precipitation and Social Policy: Clemency for Battered Women Who Kill -- HOW TO MANAGE LARGE HIERARCHIAL DATABASES FOR EASY AND EFFICIENT ACCESS TO INCIDENT, VICTIM AND OFFENDER INFORMATION. Using SPSS to Flatten the Hierarchical Datailie in Murder in Large Urban Counties, 1988 -- Organizing a Dataset to Support Analysis of Multiple Units: Victim, incident and Offender Risk -- Management of the Canadian Homicide Data
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28 cm.
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xii, 230 p.
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ill.
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30724251
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Questions and answers in lethal and non-lethal violence, 1993 : proceedings of the second annual Workshop of the Homicide Research Working Group, June 13 to 17, 1993, FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia, edited by Carolyn Rebecca Block, Richard L. Block
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
PUBLIC HEALTH AND PUBLIC SAFETY. Applying the Public Health Perspective to Violence Prevention: A Consideration Based on the Historical Roots of Public Health -- The impact of Homicide on Life Chances: International, lntranational and Demographic Comparisons -- Life Chances of Becoming a Victim of Homicide -- A Lifespan Perspective on Homicidal Violence: The Young Male Syndrome -- DATA FOR WHAT? INTERVENTION STRATEGIES BASED ON DATA ANALYSIS -- Supporting Adolescents with Guidance and Employment (SAGE): A Violence Prevention Program for Young African-American Males -- Deadly Sins: An Examination oi the Production and Direction of Lethal Violence -- Assessing the Relationship Between Drugs and Violence: An Aggregate-level Analysis -- The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System -- REVIEWS OF HOMICIDE DATASETS. Homicide Research and the National incident-Based Reporting System -- The Canadian Homicide Database -- The Supplemental Homicide Report (SHR): A Neglected but Valuable Source for Homicide Research -- Issues in the Use of Supplemental Homicide Reports -- Datasets for the Study of Lynching -- Murder in Large Urban Counties, 1988 -- NIOSH Occupational Homicide Data -- The Study of Homicide Caseflow: Creating a Comprehensive Homicide Dataset -- SPATIAL ANALYSIS - THEORY, METHOD AND PRACTICE. Elevated Homicide Risk Environments in a Single African-American Community: The Case of Milwaukee -- Place-Specific and Place-Based Homicide Risk Analysis -- Hot Spot Areas of Street Gang Motivated Crime: Chicago 1987-1990 -- "Mapless Mapping" and the Windshield Wiper Effect in the Spatial Distribution of Serial Rapes -- Mapping Crime: An Inescapable but Valuable Task for lntracommunity Analysis -- Peoria Critical incident Zones Proiect Designated Patrols to Reduce Lethal Street Violence -- VICTIM PRECIPITATION. Victim Precipitation in Victimology and in Law -- The Meaning and Measurement of Victim Precipitation -- Victim-Precipitated Killings and "Homicide Contests" -- Victim Precipitation and Social Policy: Clemency for Battered Women Who Kill -- HOW TO MANAGE LARGE HIERARCHIAL DATABASES FOR EASY AND EFFICIENT ACCESS TO INCIDENT, VICTIM AND OFFENDER INFORMATION. Using SPSS to Flatten the Hierarchical Datailie in Murder in Large Urban Counties, 1988 -- Organizing a Dataset to Support Analysis of Multiple Units: Victim, incident and Offender Risk -- Management of the Canadian Homicide Data
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
xii, 230 p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
30724251

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