- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- New ed
- Ashgate Publishing Limited
- Canter, Professor David (series ed.)
- Includes 28 b&w illustrations
- 222 x 152 x 25 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 553 g
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Behavioural Analysis of Crime
Studies in David Canter's Investigative Psychology
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'I enthusiastically recommend this discussion of the science, philosophy and style of behavioral analysis pioneered by the unique vision and drive of David Canter and Donna Youngs, herself. In particular, I have found their concept of narrative identity and "personal myth" as it relates to criminal behavior extremely useful in defining the underlying principles to what I actually do in my own work every day.' Kathleen M. Puckett, former FBI Special Agent, TK Associates, LLC, USA
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Dr Donna Youngs is a reader, University of Huddersfield, UK. She works closely with David Canter on the Centre's research programme looking at crime and criminal behaviour.
Contents: Editor's notes; Investigative psychology: David Canter's approach to studying criminals and criminal action, Donna Youngs; Section 1 On David Canter's IP Theories and Models: Violent self-narratives and the hostile attribution bias, Shadd Maruna and Michelle Butler; Action systems models of criminal differentiation, Katarina Frizton; Differentiation of hostage barricade incidents: through the application of the action system model, Kaeko Yokota; Test of Canter's sexual behavioural models in a sample of young people who had sexually harmed, Louise Almond; Emotions as explanation of crime, Maria Ioannou. Section 2 On David Canter's IP Methodologies: Introducing a common range index of inter-variable similarity for the analysis of Radex structures, Sean Hammond; Homicide crime scene analysis: an investigative psychology approach, C. Gabrielle Salfati; Investigative psychology and suicide: the facet structure of investigative material, Susan Giles; Questions and answers about the faceted analysis of criminal actions, Jamie Lee. Section 3 IP: A Problem-Solving Discipline: Offenders' spatial behaviour and geographical offender profiling, Laura Hammond and Donna Youngs; Linking crimes in criminal investigations, Craig Bennell; Contemporary challenges in investigative psychology: revisiting the Canter offender profiling equations, Donna Youngs and Elizabeth Spruin; Closing remarks, David Canter. Section 4 Selected IP Works of Professor Canter: Geographical offender profiling: using insights from practical application to enhance theoretical explorations, David Canter; Evaluating profiling; Narratives of criminal action and forensic psychology, David Canter and Donna Youngs; Selected writings for UK newspapers; Selected bibliography; Index.