Crime and the Family
by Alan Jay Lincoln, Murray A. Straus
Publisher: Charles Thomas Pub 1985
Number of pages: 273
This book is about two aspects of American society that have aroused wide interest and concern: the high crime rate and the changes that are occurring in the family. Social scientists have looked at limited aspects of how crime and the family are related to each other.
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