Criminology: Top 10 Famous Cases Discovered By Crime Psychology: Criminal Behavior (Paperback)

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Criminology: Top 10 Famous Cases Discovered By Crime Psychology: Criminal Behavior (Paperback)

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Criminologists are increasingly exploring nontraditional objects, sources of information, methods of analyzing this information, and explanatory frameworks for helping guide analysis and interpretation. One such nontraditional object is the "fictional reality." Fictional realities are fictional social realities, such as those found in novels and film. There is a precedent for the analytical and pedagogical use of "fictional realities" in criminology, but in general this has been limited to seeing fiction and film as a stock of readily accessible and useful examples rather than as complex objects to be deconstructed and theorized.
This book will tell you about a variety of famous criminal cases that the FBI use criminology to catch the crimes. In this book, you can find:

  • Hannibal Lecter
  • Joseph Paul Franklin
  • The FBI's Role Takes Shape
  • The Birth of Behavioral Analysis in the FBI
  • Ted Bundy's Campaign of Terror
  • Wayne Williams and the Atlanta Child Murders
  • Andrew Cunanan Murders a Fashion Icon
  • The FBI and Jeffrey Dahmer
  • Mad Bomber George Metesky
  • George "Machine Gun" Kelly


Product Details ISBN: 9798579318558
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: December 10th, 2020
Pages: 100
Language: English