Tag: Forensic

Studies in Forensic Psychiatry The Complete Work Plus an Overview, Summary, Analysis and Author Biography [Audiobook]

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English | December 30, 2014 | ASIN: B00RM0LFUU | [email protected] kbps | 9h 33m | 252.82 MB
Author: Bernard Glueck, Israel Bouseman
Narrator: Carrie Steele

Studies in Forensic Psychiatry is the product of extensive research into the psychological motivations for criminal behavior. Bernard Glueck draws his conclusions from a huge wealth of experience with the criminally insane and with the public health care systems. He recognized the need for criminology to be expanded to reflect a deeper understanding of motive and inclination on the part of the criminal, rather than being considered solely in terms of the criminal act itself. He also felt that further understanding of motivations would help to identify the criminal type and address their treatment and care in a manner more fitting to the needs of both society and the individual. As a result of Glueck’s efforts, the psychoanalytic school of society experienced a revival in both theory and therapeutic usage.


A Love That Kills Stories of Forensic Psychology and Female Violence [Audiobook]

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English | 02 March 2023 | ASIN: B0BJXDYQHQ | [email protected] kbps | 9h 17m | 506 MB
Author and Narrator: Anna Motz
Introducing us to eleven ordinary women who came to commit extreme acts, Anna Motz – one of Britain’s leading forensic psychotherapists – sheds light on women’s capacity for violence. She takes the reader on a journey into psychotherapy, uncovering their motives and the fault lines in their psyche that led to their crimes.
We meet Mary, who turned to arson after her son was taken into care, Maja, whose fantasy life led to her stalking an ex-boyfriend, and Dolores, whose terrible crime is unimaginable to most people. Always treating her patients with care and compassion, despite often struggling to process the details of their deeds, Anna Motz explores the dance between patient and therapist and the tortuous pathways to recovery and understanding. Deeply affecting, compelling and profound, A Love That Kills offers a rare glimpse inside the world of the forensic psychotherapist and asks us to consider vital questions about how society treats women who commit terrible crimes.


Introduction to Forensic Anthropology A Textbook

Free Download Steven N. Byers, "Introduction to Forensic Anthropology: A Textbook"
English | 2001 | ISBN: 020532181X | 432 pages | EPUB / PDF | 1.1 MB
This new text offers comprehensive coverage of all the major topics in the field of forensics with accuracy, intensity, and clarity. Students will rejoice in the thoughtful pedagogy that leads them step by step through the most current and detailed forensic anthropology text to date!


Forensic Psychology

Joanna Adler, "Forensic Psychology"
English | 2004 | pages: 352 | ISBN: 1843920093, 1843920107 | PDF | 7,2 mb
This book brings together a team of experts in the field of forensic psychology to demonstrate the scope of the discipline and the techniques employed in key areas of research, policy and practice. Its aim is to go beyond the introductory texts on the subject to challenge perceptions, to raise questions for research, to pose problems for practice, and to inspire and stimulate, demonstrating the ways in which forensic psychology can aid the practice of criminal justice. It will be essential reading for students, academics and practitioners.


In Quest of Justice Islamic Law and Forensic Medicine in Modern Egypt

In Quest of Justice: Islamic Law and Forensic Medicine in Modern Egypt by Khaled Fahmy
English | September 28th, 2018 | ISBN: 0520395611, 0520279034 | 392 pages | True EPUB | 3.44 MB
In Quest of Justice provides the first full account of the establishment and workings of a new kind of state in Egypt in the modern period. Drawing on groundbreaking research in the Egyptian archives, this highly original book shows how the state affected those subject to it and their response. Illustrating how shari’a was actually implemented, how criminal justice functioned, and how scientific-medical knowledges and practices were introduced, Khaled Fahmy offers exciting new interpretations that are neither colonial nor nationalist. Moreover he shows how lower-class Egyptians did not see modern practices that fused medical and legal purposes in new ways as contrary to Islam. This is a major contribution to our understanding of Islam and modernity.


Forensic Medicine Fundamentals and Perspectives

Reinhard B. Dettmeyer, Marcel A. Verhoff, Harald F. Sch├╝tz, "Forensic Medicine: Fundamentals and Perspectives"
English | 2016 | ISBN: 3662508230, 3642388175 | 608 pages | True PDF | 30.3 MB
This book presents the latest developments in the field of forensic pathology/forensic medicine, including important advances in forensic histopathology, forensic radiology, medical malpractice, understanding of child abuse, and forensic toxicology. Various forms of trauma are addressed in individual chapters, and among the other topics covered are traffic medicine, forensic alcohol toxicology, forensic DNA analysis, forensic osteology, and international regulations. The book includes a wealth of color illustrations and numerous tables presenting key facts. The authors are leading experts in general pathology, forensic radiology, and forensic toxicology. Forensic Pathology/Forensic Medicine: Fundamentals and Perspectives will be of interest not only to specialist pathologists and those working in forensic medicine, but also to coroners, forensic physicians, students, lawyers, attorneys, and policemen.