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NCJ Number: 31623 Find in a Library
Title: CRIMINALISTIC REASONING
Journal: ANNALES UNIVERSITATIS SCIENTIARUM BUDAPESTINENSIS SECTIO IURIDUCA DE ROLANDO EOTVOS NOMINATAE  Volume:14  Dated:(1972)  Pages:81-95
Author(s): E KAROLY
Corporate Author: Eotvos Lorand University
Hungary
Date Published: 1972
Page Count: 15
Sponsoring Agency: Eotvos Lorand University
Budapest, Hungary
Format: Article
Language: French
Country: Hungary
Annotation: THEORETICAL DISCUSSION OF BASIC INTELLECTUAL METHODS AND REASONING PROCESSES USED BY INVESTIGATORS, PROSECUTORS, AND JUDGES IN ANALYZING CRIMINAL CASES.
Abstract: THE METHODS AND PROCESSES ARE SUPPOSITION, ALTERNATIVE EXPLANATIONS, USE OF LIFE EXPERIENCE, INTUITION, FANTASY, DOUBT, AND THE ELEMENT OF CHANCE. THE MANNER IN WHICH THESE APPRAOCHES ARE USED CONSTITUTES A UNIQUE METHODOLOGY CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROFESSION. THIS ARTICLE REPRESENTS ONE OF THE FIRST DISCUSSIONS OF THIS SUBJECT IN THE CRIMINOLOGICAL LITERATURE OF THE SOCIALIST COUNTRIES. --IN FRENCH, SUMMARY IN GERMAN AND RUSSIAN
Index Term(s): Criminology; Hungary; Job analysis; Perception; Personnel; Psychology; Theory
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