The Will To Kill: Making Sense Of Senseless Murder
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Written by well-known experts, this book employs the general notion of power and control as a central and unifying thesis for understanding why people kill. Presents a classification of homicide theories, examining the will to kill from various perspectives. Several case studies are included in each chapter, often well-known examples drawn from recent headlines. Discusses current related controversies such as gun control, the insanity defense, and the death penalty. For anyone interested in criminology.
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