• Publications
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Perceptual distortion of height as a function of ascribed academic status.
  • P. Wilson
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of social psychology
  • 1 February 1968
Early Anglian Catterick and Catraeth
The evidence from scattered excavations undertaken over several decades in Catterick is brought together and assessed. The evidence of both settlement and burial indicates activity in the earlyExpand
Preventing Graffiti and Vandalism
This report discusses criminological theories on vandalism and the problems created by graffiti and vandalism. It describes planning, management, architectural and design strategies for minimisingExpand
Homosexual Law Reform in Australia
Over recent years there has been a great deal of discussion concerning theappropriate role of the state in the regulation of private lives. Nowhere isthis discussion more obvious than in the area ofExpand
The myth of community tolerance toward white-collar crime
Edwin Sutherland (1983), who invented the concept of white-collar crime in 1939, defined it as "a crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation"Expand
Preventing crime on transport: rail, buses, taxis, planes
Far broader than the title might suggest, this handbook will be of value to primary and secondary school teachers, town councils, planning authorities, even sporting venue managers as well as publicExpand
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