35 murderers who had escaped from the legal custody of the between the period 1990 to 1995 were compared with 100 murderers who did not escape during the same period. Emeritus Prof. Harjit S. Sandhu, Oklahoma State University.
Questionnaires about judicial attitudes toward feminism and toward female were administered to 234 of the 243 Oklahoma judges. Mixed evidence for bias was found. By Dr. Charles O. Ochie Sr. and Dr. Tayoba T. Ngenge.
Examines the relationship between female criminality and the experience of abuse via a surveyof 557 female inmates at two correctional centers in Oklahoma.
The work deals with the social and psychological causes of terrorism and banditism and of civil wars. Emphasis is placed on the role of the leader. The work is intended for sociologist, psychologist, criminologist, politicians, etc.
By Dr. Raddai Raikhlin (translated from Russian). Society and individuals are described in terms of their social cohesion and integration.