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NCJ Number: 35182 Find in a Library
Title: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND CRIMINAL POLICY
Journal: ANNALES INTERNATIONALES DE CRIMINOLOGIE  Volume:13  Issue:1-2  Dated:(1974)  Pages:17-72
Author(s): K VODOPIVEC
Corporate Author: Societe Internationale de Criminologie
France
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 56
Sponsoring Agency: Societe Internationale de Criminologie
Paris, France
Type: Report (Study/Research)
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: France
Annotation: SURVEY OF CRIMINOLOGISTS OF EUROPEAN AND OTHER COUNTRIES CONCERNING ATTITUDES, CONCEPTS, AND PRACTICES IN THOSE COUNTRIES IN THE INTERACTION BETWEEN CRIMINOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM POLICY.
Abstract: PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES INCLUDED THE UNITED STATES, BELGIUM, AUSTRIA, EAST GERMANY, WEST GERMANY, ITALY, POLAND, SWITZERLAND, SWEDEN, THE NETHERLANDS, FRANCE, YUGOSLAVIA, BRITAIN, AND OTHER COUNTRIES. REPRESENTATIVES WERE QUESTIONED ON THEIR COUNTRIES' CONCEPT OF CRIMINAL POLICY, CATEGORIES OF ACTIONS AND MEASURES THAT FALL UNDER THE HEADING OF CRIMINAL POLICY, THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RESEARCH FINDINGS IN CRIMINAL POLICY, AND THE MEANS OF COMMUNICATION THAT HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE ASSIMILATION OF THE RESULTS OF RESEARCH.
Index Term(s): Comparative analysis; Criminal justice system policy; Criminology; Europe; Policy; Research; Research uses in policymaking; United States of America
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