5 edition of The disturbed violent offender found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Hans Toch and Kenneth Adams ; foreword by Lloyd E. Ohlin.|
|Contributions||Adams, Kenneth, 1953-|
|LC Classifications||RC569.5.V55 T62 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 183 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||89005771|
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The Disturbed Violent Offender addresses these and other key questions, providing a compelling clinical picture of disturbed violent offenders. Updated and substantially revised from the original version, published inthis book focuses on the correlation between types of offenders Pages: The Disturbed Violent Offender Paperback – January 1, by Dr Hans Toch (Author), Toch (Author), Dr Kenneth Adams (Contributor) & 0 more See Cited by: THE DISTURBED VIOLENT OFFENDER is chronically disturbed.
This chapter will deal with the ques- tion of what to do with such offenders. The Insanity Defense Revisited If the insanity defense were more frequently invoked, fewer seriously disturbed violent offenders would be in prison be.
Using case histories that serve as depictions of disturbed offenders and their offences, this book addresses these and other questions on the relationship between emotional disorders and violence.
Book Review BOOKS REVIEWED. The Disturbed Violent Offender. Alexander Greer. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online September20 (3) ; Article; Info & Metrics; PDF; This is a PDF-only article. The first page of Author: Alexander Greer. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction --Research strategy --Results of statistical analyses --OFfenders with histories of mental health problems --Offenders with substance abuse histories --Offenders with no mental health-related histories --Disturbed violent offense --Extremely disturbed.
Now in an updated third edition, the text continues to lead with cutting-edge material on all types of violent offenders, including gangs, serial killers, sex offenders, career Cited by: 6. Buy The Disturbed Violent Offender Second by Hans Toch, Kenneth Adams (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The review then considers. Introduction. Correctional administrations around the world have, in recent years, dedicated considerable resources to developing and delivering offender rehabilitation programs (Andrews & Bonta, ).For most jurisdictions, this has represented a significant investment in the context of relatively modest operating budgets and the increased demands that have been placed on correctional Cited by: This book examines the prison careers of inmates who appear to sabotage their own rehabilitation by repeated displays of violence, disruptiveness, or otherwise self-defeating : Observers in the media conceive of prisons as hotbeds of predation and violence, redolent with rapes, riots, and carnage.
Such portraits can be overdrawn. For example, Ouimet () points out that in the United States between and the prison homicide rate for corrections officers was perwhile the homicide rate for the Author: Hans Toch, Hans Toch.
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Citation. Toch, H., & Adams, K. The disturbed violent offender. Yale University Press. Abstract. This book by Hans Toch and Kenneth Adams provides an overview and a typology of violent offenders who have histories of mental health problems, including those Cited by: The Measure of Madness book.
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In their recent book, The Disturbed Violent Offender, Hans Toch and Kenneth Adams provide both a systematic overview and a typology of violent offenders who have a.
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This all-in-oneAuthor: Ellen G. McDaniel.This paper discusses the classification of individuals as violent persons and the prediction of individual acts of violence.
It is based on a review of research reports that implicitly or explicitly define violence as physically harmful behavior carried out by an individual and directed against others. Summary View help for Summary. This data collection was designed to investigate the relationship between mental illness and violent involvement over an offender's criminal career and to develop a typology of violent offenders that takes into account both .