Domestic Violence and Abuse as a Shadow Pandemic An International and Interdisciplinary View
Working With Violent Men From Resistance to Change Talk in Probation Domestic Abuse Programmes
Pathways to Adolescent Male Violent Offending
By Neil Websdale
March 05, 2024
This book explores dementia-related aggression, violence, and homicide through a detailed analysis of “gray mist killings.” The term gray mist killing refers to intimate partner homicides (IPHs) committed by spouses/partners suffering from dementia, homicides of dementia sufferers committed by ...
By Florence V. Seemungal
December 19, 2023
Domestic Violence and Abuse as a Shadow Pandemic investigates, analyses and presents statistics to assess the claim by UN WOMEN that domestic violence constituted a ‘shadow’ pandemic to the COVID-19 pandemic. The drivers of violence, mitigation strategies, and State and agency responses are ...
By William Hughes
December 19, 2023
Working with Violent Men gives a detailed insight into working with men who have been violent towards intimate partners. As such this monograph aims to contribute to a gap in knowledge in understanding, within an important social and criminal justice topic. The book is underpinned by research ...
By Judy Eaton
October 31, 2023
Remorse on Death Row explores the notion of remorse, apologies, and forgiveness within the context of capital punishment in the US, through the final words of offenders on death row, and the co-victims’ responses to them in their statements to the press after witnessing the execution. The book ...
By Evan McCuish, Patrick Lussier, Raymond Corrado
May 31, 2023
The Life-Course of Serious and Violent Youth Grown Up addresses significant gaps in the literature on youth involved in chronic, serious, and violent offending. Through longitudinal research and a long follow-up into adulthood, it challenges common perceptions about offending outcomes. Using ...
By Sally-Ann Ashton
March 29, 2023
This book differentiates between categories of adolescent male offending and explores the behavioural and social profiles of those who become involved inviolent offending and organized crime. Using self-reported and arrest data, the book examines the key stages of male adolescent offending with a ...
By Claire Ferguson
January 09, 2023
Detection Avoidance in Homicides: Debates, Explanations and Responses presents theory and research on how offenders avoid detection and the challenges and opportunities these efforts pose to investigators. From a scholarly perspective, the book presents a continuing history of research on ...
By Witold Klaus, Irena Rzeplińska, Dagmara Woźniakowska-Fajst
December 30, 2022
Criminal Careers follows the lives and criminal behaviours of 2,397 people in Poland who as juveniles committed a crime and received a form of punishment from the juvenile court between the late 1980s and the year 2000. Through combining quantitative and qualitative research, their criminal careers...
By Jane L Wood, Jaimee Mallion, Sarah Frisby-Osman
November 09, 2022
Psychology of Gang Involvement expands existing knowledge by applying psychological knowledge to gangs, including how gang members think, their mental and emotional well-being, and their perceptions of gang involvement, as well as issues relating to gang prevention and intervention strategies....
By Darrick Jolliffe, David Farrington
September 26, 2022
Empathy versus Offending, Aggression, and Bullying advances knowledge about the measurement of empathy, using the Basic Empathy Scale (BES), and how empathy is related to offending, aggression, and bullying in community and incarcerated groups. Empathy is widely accepted as one of the most ...
By Ahmed Ajil
September 06, 2022
This book presents a study of politico-ideological mobilisation and violence by focusing on the life stories, trajectories and narratives of individuals who mobilised for causes and conflicts in the Arab World. It provides a greater understanding of the biographical, sociological, political and ...
By Sara Skott
July 15, 2022
Homicide: Towards a Deeper Understanding offers an in-depth analysis into the phenomenon of homicide, examining different types of homicide and how these types have changed over time. Based on original analysis on Scottish data, this book draws upon an international body of research to ...