Juvenile Homicide: The Need for an Interdisciplinary Approach
Most of the empirical literature on juvenile homicide has emerged from the clinical experience of mental health professionals who have diagnosed and/or treated youngsters who killed. After a critical review of this literature, data on 787 juvenile homicide offenders are presented and discussed. These data indicate that intrafamilial killings represent but a small fraction of all homicides perpetrated by juveniles and that there are clear differences between intrafamilial and extrafamilial juvenile homicides.
Behavioral Science and the Law
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Charles P. Ewing,
Juvenile Homicide: The Need for an Interdisciplinary Approach,
Behav. Sci. & the Law
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