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Homicide: May 2015

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Journal articles

  • Animal abuse as a warning sign of school massacres : a critique and refinement / Arnold Arluke and Eric Madfis
    Homicide studies 18(1) Feb 2014: 7-22
  • Child homicide in Sweden : a descriptive study comparing the 1990s and the 2000s / Joakim Sturup and Sven Granath
    Homicide studies 19(2) May 2015: 175-187
  • Figuring violence : interrogating homicide data
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:47-48
  • How do kidnappers kill hostages? A comparison of terrorist and criminal groups / Everard M Phillips
    Homicide studies 19(2) May 2015: 123-148
  • Identifying the effect of immigration on homicide rates US cities : an instrumental variables approach / Patrick Schnapp
    Homicide studies 19(2) May 2015: 103-122
  • Kill one or kill them all? Differences between single and multiple victim school attacks / Rebecca Bondu and Herbert Scheithauer
    European journal of criminology 12(3) May 2015: 277-299
  • Making sense of 'Facebook murder'? : social networking sites and contemporary homicide / Elizabeth Yardley and David Wilson
    The Howard journal of criminal justice 54(2) May 2015: 109-134
  • Offense pathways of non-serial sexual killers / Ewa B Stefanska, Adam J Carter, Tamsin Higgs, Daz Bishopp and Anthony R Beech
    Journal of criminal justice 43(2) Mar/Apr 2015: 99-107
  • Patterns of multiple family homicide / Marieke Liem and Ashley Reichelmann
    Homicide studies 18(1) Feb 2014: 44-58
  • Prevalence and phenomenology of neonaticide in Switzerland 1980-2010 : a retrospective study / Paula Kruger
    Violence and victims 30(2) 2015: 194-207
  • Securing fair outcomes for battered women charged with homicide : analysing defence lawyering in 'R v Falls' / Elizabeth A Sheehy, Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie
    Melbourne University law review 38(2) 2014: 666-708
  • Shooting for accuracy : comparing data sources on mass murder / Lin Huff-Corzine, James C McCutcheon, Jay Corzine, John P Jarvis, Melissa J Tetzlaff-Bemiller, Mindy Weller and Matt Landon
    Homicide studies 18(1) Feb 2014: 105-124
  • The female family annihilator : an exploratory study / Hannah Scott and Katie Fleming
    Homicide studies 18(1) Feb 2014: 59-82
  • Wait for Bowraville response / Natalie Cromb
    Koori Mail no. 600 06 May 2015: 11