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Transformations in social work: From help towards social inclusion to the management of exclusion
Abstract The debate about the forms of increasing social exclusion in the developed western industrialized nations is the starting-point of this paper. This is followed by a discussion of theExpand
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The rebirth of forensic psychiatry in light of recent historical trends in criminal responsibility.
The forensic specialist's expertise lies in mapping the interaction of cognitive, affective, and physiologic processes as they affect and are affected by the choices people make, and in connectingExpand
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Genetic Privacy and the Fourth Amendment: Unregulated Surreptitious DNA Harvesting
V. “AN EXPECTATION OF GENETIC PRIVACY . . .” .................... 475 A. DIRECT FOURTH AMENDMENT GENETIC PRIVACY JURISPRUDENCE ............................................................ 478 B.Expand
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Maternal destructiveness in the life of Franz Kafka
  • A. Scherr
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • American journal of psychoanalysis
  • 1987
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Privacy in public spaces: the problem of out-of-body DNA
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Genetic Privacy & The Constitution: Surreptitious Harvesting of Out-of-Body DNA
Genetic privacy and police practices have come to the fore in the criminal justice system. Case law and stories in the media document that police are surreptitiously harvesting the out-of-body DNA ofExpand
[Migration and the third-world movement].
  • M. Bommes, A. Scherr
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Forschungsjournal neue soziale Bewegungen
  • 1 September 1994
The authors discuss the third-world movement's use of migration issues, particularly the technique of using European fear of migration from the South to frighten the North into helping those inExpand
The Construction of National Identity in Germany
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