Rethinking Homicide

Rethinking Homicide

Author: Terance D. Miethe

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ISBN: 0521832993

Page: 320

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A micro-historical analysis of the nature of change and stability in homicide situations over time.

A micro-historical analysis of the nature of change and stability in homicide situations over time.



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