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The Resource The nature of homicide : trends and changes : proceedings of the 1996 meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group, editors, Pamela K. Lattimore, Cynthia A. Nahabedian

The nature of homicide : trends and changes : proceedings of the 1996 meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group, editors, Pamela K. Lattimore, Cynthia A. Nahabedian

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The nature of homicide : trends and changes : proceedings of the 1996 meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group
Title
The nature of homicide
Title remainder
trends and changes : proceedings of the 1996 meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group
Statement of responsibility
editors, Pamela K. Lattimore, Cynthia A. Nahabedian
Title variation
Proceedings of the 1996 meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group
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Language
eng
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DGPO
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federal national government publication
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  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
HV6529
LC item number
.H67 1996
Literary form
non fiction
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  • bibliography
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1996 :
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Homicide Research Working Group
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  • Lattimore, Pamela K
  • Nahabedian, Cynthia A
  • National Institute of Justice (U.S.)
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Research report
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  • Homicide
  • Homicide
  • Juvenile homicide
  • Juvenile homicide
  • Homicide
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The nature of homicide : trends and changes : proceedings of the 1996 meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group, editors, Pamela K. Lattimore, Cynthia A. Nahabedian
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Shipping list no.: 97-0304-P
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
SECTION ONE: THE HOMICIDE RESEARCH WORKING GROUP. THE HOMICIDE RESEARCH WORKING GROUP: PAST AND PRESENT -- THE HOMICIDE RESEARCH WORKING GROUP’ S SECTION TWO: FIRST FIVE YEARS: WHAT HAS BEEN DONE? WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE? -- SECTION TWO: INTEGRATING THEORIES OF LETHAL VIOLENCE. THEORIZING ABOUT HOMICIDE: A PRESENTATION ON THE THEORIES EXPLAINING HOMICIDE AND OTHER CRIMES -- SUMMARY OF PANEL DISCUSSION (THEORIES) -- SECTION THREE: YOUTH VIOLENCE TRENDS. THE COMING WAVE OF VIOLENCE IN CALIFORNIA -- FIREARMS IN THE HOMICIDES AND SUICIDES OF YOUTHS -- EXPLORING THE RECENT SURGE IN YOUTH HOMICIDE RATES: GEOGRAPHIC VARIATIONS -- MINNEAPOLIS YOUTH HOMICIDE STUDY -- SUMMARY OF PANEL DISCUSSION (YOUTH VIOLENCE) -- SECTION FOUR: IS THE NATURE OF HOMICIDE CHANGING: WHAT IS HAPPENING TO ADULT HOMIICIDE?. CHANGING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN AND THE DECLINE IN INTIMATE PARTNER HOMICIDE -- VIOLENCE IN U.S. CITIES: HOMICIDE TRENDS IN EIGHT U.S. CITIES -- URBAN ARREST TRENDS FOR ADULT MEN AND WOMEN: 1960-1993 -- HOMICIDE AND ITS DETERMINANTS -- SECTION FIVE: CITY STUDIES OF HOMICIDE IN THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. MURDER IN SPACE CITY RE-EXAMINED: HOUSTON HOMICIDE TWENTY YEARS LATER -- CHANGING HOMICIDE PATTERNS -- AN HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHICAL STUDY OF LETHAL VIOLENCE IN SAN ANTONIO -- EXAMINING ETHNIC DISTINCTIONS IN VICTIM-OFFENDER HOMICIDES: THE CASE OF MIAMI IN THE 1990'S -- SUMMARY OF PANEL DISCUSSION (CITY STUDIES) -- SECTION SIX: RESEARCH AND PRACTITIONERS EFFORTS TO INFLUENCE SOCIAL POLICY IN VIOLENCE PREVENTION. INJURY AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMS -- GANG TATTOO REMOVAL PROGRAM: OPERATION FRESH START OF CHICAGO -- RISE HIGH PROJECTS: VIOLENCE PREVENTION MESSAGES -- RECORDERS REPORT (VIOLENCE PREVENTION PANEL) -- SECTION SEVEN: NEW AND VERY RECENT RESEARCH. VICTIMIZATION OF OFFENDERS: DEATH OF YOUTHFUL PAROLEES -- WORK IN PROGRESS: THE UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL STUDY ON FIREARMS REGULATION -- ROBBERS WHO INJURE AND THOSE WHO DO NOT -- CHANGING PATTERNS OF HOMICIDE AND SOCIAL POLICY -- SUMMARY OF PANEL DISCUSSION (NEW AND VERY RECENT RESEARCH) -- SECTION EIGHT: FIREARMS AND HOMICIDE: MEASURING THE PROBLEM AND DESIGNING SOLUTIONS. FIREARM AVAILABILITY AND FIREARM HOMICIDE IN CHICAGO: A WORK IN PROGRESS -- THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF FIREARMS AND HOMICIDE: THE NEED FOR BASIC SCIENCE -- DISARMING THE CRIMINAL: ATF’S STRATEGIC AND SCIENTIFIC APPROACH TO FOCUSED AND TARGETED ENFORCEMENT -- PEDIATRIC FIREARM MORTALITY RATES IN CHICAGO -- PRIOR NONFATAL FIREARMS INJURIES IN DETAINEES OF A LARGE URBAN JAIL -- PHYSICIAN COUNSELING REGRADING FIREARMS RISKS -- SUMMARIES OF PANEL DISCUSSION (FIREARMS) -- SECTION NINE: PARRICIDE: ADULTS WHO KILL THEIR PARENTS. DANGEROUSLY ANTISOCIAL KIDS WHO KILL THEIR PARENTS: TOWARD A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE PHENOMENON -- PARRICIDE AND ATTEMPTED PARRICIDE: FORENSIC DATA AND PSYCHOLOGICAL RESULTS
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
vii, 261 p.
Lccn
97191578
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • 37437935
  • (OCoLC)37437935
Label
The nature of homicide : trends and changes : proceedings of the 1996 meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group, editors, Pamela K. Lattimore, Cynthia A. Nahabedian
Publication
Note
Shipping list no.: 97-0304-P
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
SECTION ONE: THE HOMICIDE RESEARCH WORKING GROUP. THE HOMICIDE RESEARCH WORKING GROUP: PAST AND PRESENT -- THE HOMICIDE RESEARCH WORKING GROUP’ S SECTION TWO: FIRST FIVE YEARS: WHAT HAS BEEN DONE? WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE? -- SECTION TWO: INTEGRATING THEORIES OF LETHAL VIOLENCE. THEORIZING ABOUT HOMICIDE: A PRESENTATION ON THE THEORIES EXPLAINING HOMICIDE AND OTHER CRIMES -- SUMMARY OF PANEL DISCUSSION (THEORIES) -- SECTION THREE: YOUTH VIOLENCE TRENDS. THE COMING WAVE OF VIOLENCE IN CALIFORNIA -- FIREARMS IN THE HOMICIDES AND SUICIDES OF YOUTHS -- EXPLORING THE RECENT SURGE IN YOUTH HOMICIDE RATES: GEOGRAPHIC VARIATIONS -- MINNEAPOLIS YOUTH HOMICIDE STUDY -- SUMMARY OF PANEL DISCUSSION (YOUTH VIOLENCE) -- SECTION FOUR: IS THE NATURE OF HOMICIDE CHANGING: WHAT IS HAPPENING TO ADULT HOMIICIDE?. CHANGING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN AND THE DECLINE IN INTIMATE PARTNER HOMICIDE -- VIOLENCE IN U.S. CITIES: HOMICIDE TRENDS IN EIGHT U.S. CITIES -- URBAN ARREST TRENDS FOR ADULT MEN AND WOMEN: 1960-1993 -- HOMICIDE AND ITS DETERMINANTS -- SECTION FIVE: CITY STUDIES OF HOMICIDE IN THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. MURDER IN SPACE CITY RE-EXAMINED: HOUSTON HOMICIDE TWENTY YEARS LATER -- CHANGING HOMICIDE PATTERNS -- AN HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHICAL STUDY OF LETHAL VIOLENCE IN SAN ANTONIO -- EXAMINING ETHNIC DISTINCTIONS IN VICTIM-OFFENDER HOMICIDES: THE CASE OF MIAMI IN THE 1990'S -- SUMMARY OF PANEL DISCUSSION (CITY STUDIES) -- SECTION SIX: RESEARCH AND PRACTITIONERS EFFORTS TO INFLUENCE SOCIAL POLICY IN VIOLENCE PREVENTION. INJURY AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMS -- GANG TATTOO REMOVAL PROGRAM: OPERATION FRESH START OF CHICAGO -- RISE HIGH PROJECTS: VIOLENCE PREVENTION MESSAGES -- RECORDERS REPORT (VIOLENCE PREVENTION PANEL) -- SECTION SEVEN: NEW AND VERY RECENT RESEARCH. VICTIMIZATION OF OFFENDERS: DEATH OF YOUTHFUL PAROLEES -- WORK IN PROGRESS: THE UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL STUDY ON FIREARMS REGULATION -- ROBBERS WHO INJURE AND THOSE WHO DO NOT -- CHANGING PATTERNS OF HOMICIDE AND SOCIAL POLICY -- SUMMARY OF PANEL DISCUSSION (NEW AND VERY RECENT RESEARCH) -- SECTION EIGHT: FIREARMS AND HOMICIDE: MEASURING THE PROBLEM AND DESIGNING SOLUTIONS. FIREARM AVAILABILITY AND FIREARM HOMICIDE IN CHICAGO: A WORK IN PROGRESS -- THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF FIREARMS AND HOMICIDE: THE NEED FOR BASIC SCIENCE -- DISARMING THE CRIMINAL: ATF’S STRATEGIC AND SCIENTIFIC APPROACH TO FOCUSED AND TARGETED ENFORCEMENT -- PEDIATRIC FIREARM MORTALITY RATES IN CHICAGO -- PRIOR NONFATAL FIREARMS INJURIES IN DETAINEES OF A LARGE URBAN JAIL -- PHYSICIAN COUNSELING REGRADING FIREARMS RISKS -- SUMMARIES OF PANEL DISCUSSION (FIREARMS) -- SECTION NINE: PARRICIDE: ADULTS WHO KILL THEIR PARENTS. DANGEROUSLY ANTISOCIAL KIDS WHO KILL THEIR PARENTS: TOWARD A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE PHENOMENON -- PARRICIDE AND ATTEMPTED PARRICIDE: FORENSIC DATA AND PSYCHOLOGICAL RESULTS
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
vii, 261 p.
Lccn
97191578
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • 37437935
  • (OCoLC)37437935

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