Provides a comprehensive look at violence as rooted in routine conflict in daily social interactions.
A fascinating profile of female homicide offenders emerges from this analysis of the characteristics of women murderers in six cities in the United States, including the circumstances of the murders, the role of the victims, the role of the perpetrators, and their fates in court.
The authors show how and why alcohol and violence are so often linked today.
Building on past work, the authors outline an integrated model for linking suicide and homicide and show how that research from this perspective can further our understanding of violence. Specifically, ...