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Criminal Sociology

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Author: Enrico Ferri
Published: 1896
Language: English
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: -5
LoC Categories: HM, HV
Downloads: 3,323
mnybks.net#: 2567
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Non-fiction
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inal Anthropology, --Methods of Criminal Anthropology, --Relation between Criminal Anthropology and Criminal Sociology, --Criminal Anthropology studies the organic and mental constitution of the criminal, -- The criminal skull and brain, --Criminal physiognomy, --Physical insensibility among criminals, --Criminal heredity, --Criminal psychology, --Moral insensibility among criminals, --The criminal mind. II. The data of criminal anthropology only applies to the habitual or congenital criminal, --The occasional and habitual criminal, --Comparison between the criminal and non-criminal skull, --Anomalies in the criminal skull, --The habitual criminal, --The crimes of habitual criminals, --The criminal type confined to habitual criminals, --The proportion of habitual criminals in the criminal population, --Forms of habitual criminality, --Forms of occasional criminality, -- Classification of criminals, --Criminal lunatics, --Moral insanity, --Born criminals, --Criminals by acquired habit, --Criminal precocity, -

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I count myself privileged to read this book; it makes knowledge in the field of Criminology comprehensible.


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