The Criminal


Havelock Ellis

Series: Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Corrections
BISAC: SOC004000

This book is an attempt to present to the reader a critical summary of the results of the science now commonly called criminal anthropology. In other words, it deals briefly with the problems connected with the criminal as he is in himself and as he becomes in contact with society; it also tries to indicate some of the practical social bearings of such studies.
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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

CHAPTER I. Introduction
CHAPTER II. The Study of the Criminal
CHAPTER III. Criminal Anthropology (Physical)—
CHAPTER IV. Criminal Anthropology (Psychical)—
CHAPTER V. The Results of Criminal Anthropology
CHAPTER VI. The Treatment of the Criminal
CHAPTER VII. Conclusions

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