Offenders, deviants or patients?

@inproceedings{Prins1980OffendersDO,
  title={Offenders, deviants or patients?},
  author={Herschel A. Prins},
  year={1980}
}
Acknowledgements. Foreword. Preface. List of Tables and Figures. Part I: Legal and Administrative Frameworks. Problem Areas Revisited. Responsibility (Liability) for Crime. Systems of Disposal. Part II: Clinical Considerations. Mental Disturbance and Criminality. Psychopathic Disorder - A Useful Lable? Violence and Homicide. Fire Raising. Sexual Behaviour and Misbehaviour. Will They Do It Again? Training: Enhancing Understanding. Concluding Comments. Name Index. Subject Index. 
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