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I Have Lived In The Monster

  title={I Have Lived In The Monster},
  author={Robert K. Ressler and Tom Shachtman},
Child Maltreatment: Is There a Correlation Between Child Maltreatment and Delinquency?
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Some thoughts on the psychological roots of the behavior of serial killers as narcissists: An object relations perspective
In this article the definition and context of serial murder is documented. The main theoretical framework adopted is object relations theories which have been particularly renowned for drawing close
“Undoing” (or Symbolic Reversal) at Homicide Crime Scenes
A closed case file review of a nonrandom national sample of 975 homicides disclosed 11 cases (1.13%) of undoing, wherein offenders engaged in crime scene behavior that has been considered an attempt
This master thesis investigates the causes of female street prostitutes’ high level of violent victimization and based on the findings suggests the possible ways to better protect this group of women
A contextualistic approach to antisocial personality
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Exploring Sex Work through a Capability Lens: Does the Capability Approach Predict Sex Work Involvement among a Substance-Abusing Sample?
This book describes the development of a database of Tables and Figures for qualitative analysis and describes its development over a period of 25 years.
Gukora and Itsembatsemba: The “Ordinary Killers” in Jean Hatzfeld’s Machete Season
This article examines Jean Hatzfeld’s Machete Season: The Killers in Rwanda Speak, a collection of testimonials by perpetrators of the genocide in Rwanda. While surveying popular representations of
Contemporary Problems in Criminal Profiling
Despite the apparent popularity of criminal profiling among the law enforcement community, scrutiny of its merits does not appear to have occurred to any substantial extent. This chapter identifies
The Image of Profiling
The conclusion posited is that the perception one would derive of the nature and value of profiling seems to be dependent on the source of their impressions.
A review of South African perspectives on serial murder
Title: A review of South African perspectives on serial murder Name: G.A. Del Fabbro Supervisor: Prof. D. Beyers Department: Psychology Degree: Master of Arts (Clinical Psychology) Pistorius (1996)