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- adj. Of or pertaining to criminology
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- adj. of or pertaining to criminology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to criminology.
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- adj. of or relating to or involved in criminology
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It is a criminological truism that contemporary spree killers desire maximum publicity for their actions.
ÂIt makes sense from an economic and a criminological viewpoint.
It makes sense from an economic and a criminological viewpoint.
Together with independent criminological researchers, church officials are initiating the probe ahead of the pope's highly anticipated visit to Germany in September.
In Italy, serious fraud and political corruption both exist as they do here, yet they are investigated with inversely proportional vigour: yet they are criminological constructions in both places … political and social culture defines the response, not the crime itself.
Still, I try to accept Europe's moral absolutism on the death penalty in good faith -- the criminological equivalent of pacifism, not a cheap anti-American posture.
They make 0 sense from a criminological point of view and they are completely contrary to notions of justice.
"There is absolutely nothing in the criminological literature that has anything to do with lights and no-lights activity," said Malcolm Klein, chair of the mayor's Evaluation Advisory Committee for the Gang Reduction and Youth Development program, who has been researching gangs and criminology for more than 40 years.
From a purely criminological perspective physical attacks against the homeless in this country are indistinguishable from other hate crime-with one major exception.
Advocates for such punishment often point to the potential deterrence factor (although according to a survey of former and present presidents of the country's top academic criminological societies, 88% of these experts rejected the notion that the death penalty acts as a deterrent to murder).