|Class H - Social Sciences||Criminology|
|Criminology on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Criminology is the scientific study of the nature, extent, causes, and control of criminal behavior in both the individual and in society. Criminology is an interdisciplinary field in the behavioral sciences, drawing especially upon the research of sociologists (particularly in the sociology of deviance) and social anthropologists as well as on writings in law.— Excerpted from|
- The Modern Criminal Science Series
- "The Question of Pain in Hanging", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 13, July 1878.
- "Criminality in Animals", by Alexandre Lacassagne in Popular Science Monthly Volume 22, December 1882.
- "On the Causes of Crime", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 2, March 1873.
- "The Relations of Women to Crime I", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 8, November 1875.
- "The Relations of Women to Crime II", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 8, January 1876.
- "The Relations of Sex to Crime", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 8, April 1876.
- "Spontaneous and Imitative Crime", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 15, September 1879.
- "Old Customs of Lawlessness", by M. Kulischer in Popular Science Monthly Volume 26, November 1884.
- "Alcoholic Trance", by T. D. Crothers in Popular Science Monthly Volume 26, December 1884.
- "Hypnotism in Disease and Crime", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 32, April 1888.
- Criminal Justice in Cleveland
- An Essay on Crimes and Punishments, 1764 by Cesare Beccaria
- Law and Authority
- "Siberia and the Exiles", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 27, September 1885.
- "The Whipping-Post", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 28, April 1886.
Hacking and cybercrime
- Charles Whitman police report, August 1966
- Zodiac Killer letters, 1966-78
- Mark Essex letter to WWL Television, 1973 by Mark Essex
Jack the Ripper
- Another London Horror
- The Diary of Jack the Ripper
- The Latest Murder
- The Whitehall Discovery Inquest Today
- The Whitehall Murder
- Government's Memorandum in Opposition to Matthew Cooper's Memorandum Regarding the Contempt Sanctions
- In re: Grand Jury Subpoena, Judith Miller
- Grant of Executive Clemency to Lewis Libby
- USDOJ OSC Federal indictment of Lewis Libby
- Judith Miller v. US, Matthew Cooper and Time Inc. v. US
- Letter of Deputy Attorney General appointing Patrick Fitzgerald Special Counsel
- Letter of Deputy Attorney General clarifying powers of Special Counsel
- Memorandum of Deputy Attorney General delegating authority
- Order finding Matthew Cooper and Time Inc. in civil contempt of court
- Scooter Libby Indictment Press Release
- Statement by the President on Executive Clemency for Lewis Libby
- Statement of Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald, February 15, 2005
- Statement of Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald, June 27, 2005
- Secret British Police Report Regarding the Situation in Haifa, 26th April 1948 by A. J. Bidmead