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Trends, risks, and interventions in lethal violence : proceedings of the third annual spring symposium of the Homicide Research Working Group, Atlanta, Georgia, editors, Carolyn Block, Richard Block

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Trends, risks, and interventions in lethal violence : proceedings of the third annual spring symposium of the Homicide Research Working Group, Atlanta, Georgia
Title
Trends, risks, and interventions in lethal violence
Title remainder
proceedings of the third annual spring symposium of the Homicide Research Working Group, Atlanta, Georgia
Statement of responsibility
editors, Carolyn Block, Richard Block
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eng
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federal national government publication
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illustrations
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HV6529
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.W67 1995
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non fiction
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1995 :
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Homicide Research Working Group
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  • Block, Carolyn R
  • Block, Richard
  • National Institute of Justice (U.S.)
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Research report
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  • Juvenile delinquency
  • Homicide
  • Violent crimes
Label
Trends, risks, and interventions in lethal violence : proceedings of the third annual spring symposium of the Homicide Research Working Group, Atlanta, Georgia, editors, Carolyn Block, Richard Block
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  • Shipping list no.: 95-0281-P
  • "July 1995."
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WELCOME! -- SECTION ONE: RECENT AND LONG TERM TRENDS IN U.S. HOMICIDE. YOUTH VIOLENCE, GUNS AND THE ILLICIT-DRUG INDUSTRY -- CHICAGO HOMICIDE FROM THE SIXTIES TO THE NINETIES MAJOR TRENDS IN LETHAL VIOLENCE -- USING ECONOMETRIC FORECASTING TO CORRECT FOR MISSING DATA: HOMICIDE AND THE EARLY REGISTRATION AREA -- PATTERNS, STABILITY AND CHANGE OF HOMICIDAL VICTIMIZATION -- AGE PATTERNS IN HOMICIDE -- GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER: AN EXAMINATION OF ARREST CLEARANCES -- HOMICIDE ARREST TRENDS AND THE IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES ON A SET OF U.S. CENTRAL CITIES -- SECTION TWO: INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL VIOLENCE PATTERNS. TRENDS IN VIOLENCE AND HOMICIDE IN THE NETHERLANDS -- WHERE IS THE SOUTH? A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF THE SOUTHERN SUBCULTURE OF VIOLENCE -- SECTION THREE: HIGH RISK GROUPS: VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN. RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH NON-LETHAL VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN BY MARITAL PARTNERS -- UXORICIDE -- BRIEF COMMENT ON OUR ABILITY TO COMPARE LETHAL AND NON-LETHAL VIOLENCE IN THE DOMESTIC CONTEXT -- SECTION FOUR: HIGH RISK GROUPS: YOUTH AT RISK OF BECOMING AN OFFENDER. VIOLENCE AS A CONSEQUENCE OF PARENTING -- THE MENENDEZ MURDERS: PARRICIDE IN PERSPECTIVE -- PREDICTING REARREST FOR VIOLENCE -- SECTION FIVE: HIGH RISK GROUPS: OCCUPATIONAL RISK. HOMICIDE IN CONVENIENCE STORES -- STATUS OF NIOSH RESEARCH ON PREVENTION OF ROBBERY-RELATED INTENTIONAL INJURIES TO CONVENIENCE STORE WORKERS -- NONFATAL VIOLENCE IN THE WORK PLACE: DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH -- SECTION SIX: DATA FOR WHAT? INTERVENTION STRATEGIES BASED ON DATA ANALYSIS. EVALUATING CRIMINAL JUSTICE SANCTIONS FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE -- GUN-RELATED VIOLENCE -- EXAMINING THE DYNAMICS OF SERIOUS VIOLENT INCIDENTS AMONG INNER-CITY, ADOLESCENT, PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA -- VIOLENCE EXPOSURE, PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AND RISK BEHAVIORS IN A SAMPLE OF INNER-CITY YOUTH -- SUPPORTING ADOLESCENTS WITH GUIDANCE AND EMPLOYMENT (SAGE): 1993 UPDATE -- SECTION SEVEN: NIBRS SYMPOSIUM. LEARNING TO USE INCIDENT-BASED CRIME DATA: ONE AGENCY AT A TIME -- NIBRS AND THE STUDY OF JUVENILE CRIME AND VICTIMIZATION -- BRIEF COMMENTS ON THE USE OF NIBRS FOR FAMILY AND INTIMATE VIOLENCE DATA ANALYSIS -- SECTION EIGHT: VIOLENCE SURVEILLANCE AND PREVENTION AT CDC. OVERVIEW AND EXAMPLES OF CDC'S VIOLENCE SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES -- OVERVIEW OF THE IMPORTANCE OF VIOLENCE SURVEILLANCE- -- CDC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS AND SURVEYS OF NONFATAL VIOLENT INJURIES -- CDC VIOLENCE SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES FOR FAMILY AND INTIMATE VIOLENCE -- RISK CHARACTERISTICS OF INJURY-RELATED MORTALITY
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28 cm.
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vi, 370 p.
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ncj 154254
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33033572
Label
Trends, risks, and interventions in lethal violence : proceedings of the third annual spring symposium of the Homicide Research Working Group, Atlanta, Georgia, editors, Carolyn Block, Richard Block
Publication
Note
  • Shipping list no.: 95-0281-P
  • "July 1995."
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
WELCOME! -- SECTION ONE: RECENT AND LONG TERM TRENDS IN U.S. HOMICIDE. YOUTH VIOLENCE, GUNS AND THE ILLICIT-DRUG INDUSTRY -- CHICAGO HOMICIDE FROM THE SIXTIES TO THE NINETIES MAJOR TRENDS IN LETHAL VIOLENCE -- USING ECONOMETRIC FORECASTING TO CORRECT FOR MISSING DATA: HOMICIDE AND THE EARLY REGISTRATION AREA -- PATTERNS, STABILITY AND CHANGE OF HOMICIDAL VICTIMIZATION -- AGE PATTERNS IN HOMICIDE -- GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER: AN EXAMINATION OF ARREST CLEARANCES -- HOMICIDE ARREST TRENDS AND THE IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES ON A SET OF U.S. CENTRAL CITIES -- SECTION TWO: INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL VIOLENCE PATTERNS. TRENDS IN VIOLENCE AND HOMICIDE IN THE NETHERLANDS -- WHERE IS THE SOUTH? A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF THE SOUTHERN SUBCULTURE OF VIOLENCE -- SECTION THREE: HIGH RISK GROUPS: VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN. RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH NON-LETHAL VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN BY MARITAL PARTNERS -- UXORICIDE -- BRIEF COMMENT ON OUR ABILITY TO COMPARE LETHAL AND NON-LETHAL VIOLENCE IN THE DOMESTIC CONTEXT -- SECTION FOUR: HIGH RISK GROUPS: YOUTH AT RISK OF BECOMING AN OFFENDER. VIOLENCE AS A CONSEQUENCE OF PARENTING -- THE MENENDEZ MURDERS: PARRICIDE IN PERSPECTIVE -- PREDICTING REARREST FOR VIOLENCE -- SECTION FIVE: HIGH RISK GROUPS: OCCUPATIONAL RISK. HOMICIDE IN CONVENIENCE STORES -- STATUS OF NIOSH RESEARCH ON PREVENTION OF ROBBERY-RELATED INTENTIONAL INJURIES TO CONVENIENCE STORE WORKERS -- NONFATAL VIOLENCE IN THE WORK PLACE: DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH -- SECTION SIX: DATA FOR WHAT? INTERVENTION STRATEGIES BASED ON DATA ANALYSIS. EVALUATING CRIMINAL JUSTICE SANCTIONS FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE -- GUN-RELATED VIOLENCE -- EXAMINING THE DYNAMICS OF SERIOUS VIOLENT INCIDENTS AMONG INNER-CITY, ADOLESCENT, PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA -- VIOLENCE EXPOSURE, PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AND RISK BEHAVIORS IN A SAMPLE OF INNER-CITY YOUTH -- SUPPORTING ADOLESCENTS WITH GUIDANCE AND EMPLOYMENT (SAGE): 1993 UPDATE -- SECTION SEVEN: NIBRS SYMPOSIUM. LEARNING TO USE INCIDENT-BASED CRIME DATA: ONE AGENCY AT A TIME -- NIBRS AND THE STUDY OF JUVENILE CRIME AND VICTIMIZATION -- BRIEF COMMENTS ON THE USE OF NIBRS FOR FAMILY AND INTIMATE VIOLENCE DATA ANALYSIS -- SECTION EIGHT: VIOLENCE SURVEILLANCE AND PREVENTION AT CDC. OVERVIEW AND EXAMPLES OF CDC'S VIOLENCE SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES -- OVERVIEW OF THE IMPORTANCE OF VIOLENCE SURVEILLANCE- -- CDC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS AND SURVEYS OF NONFATAL VIOLENT INJURIES -- CDC VIOLENCE SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES FOR FAMILY AND INTIMATE VIOLENCE -- RISK CHARACTERISTICS OF INJURY-RELATED MORTALITY
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
vi, 370 p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
ncj 154254
System control number
33033572

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