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The Aetiology of Serial Murder

Thursday 14 November 2002 in References 11 Comment(s)

The Aetiology of Serial Murder: Towards an Integrated Model Edward W. Mitchell MA MPHIL PhD, Phil. in Criminology 1996/97 : University of Cambridge, UK This document is no longer available on this site.




Assessing Violent Recidivism in Sexual Offenders

Monday 24 June 2002 in References 9 Comment(s)

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Violence and Mental Illness

Sunday 17 February 2002 in References 4 Comment(s)

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Eyewitness Identification Procedures: Recommendations for Lineups and Photosprea

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Can Criminal Psychopaths be Identified?

Wednesday 31 October 2001 in References 5 Comment(s)

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References - Profiling: A Hidden Challenge to the Regulation of Data Surveillanc

Friday 19 October 2001 in References 1 Comment(s)


Reference List for "Profiling: A Hidden Challenge to the Regulation of Data Surveillance" (Topic : Offender Profiling)


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References

Thursday 3 May 2001 in References 1 Comment(s)

As I made note earlier this week. Whilst struggling with complete 'conformity' to academic standards, I am still very much aware of plagarism and the distatesful idea of stealing someones work and sweat. Though I am not as meticulous with 'reference keeping' as I would like to be, I am trying to keep them as up to date and as legible as possible. References used in the process of writing any article will be found here. I would appreciate the same curtesty in return for anyone posting work that requires a bibliography.....post the work in the appropriate section and the bibliography here. One writer may build on one bibliography the same as I will do which is as follows: All references, regardless of what the article topic. The references are listed with their corresponding 'inner article' numbers. If any of the subjects in the essays take your fancy, well here's where you follow them up. Toodles!




 

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