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Homicide: March 2014

The latest crime and justice alerts are now available on our new catalogue at http://library.aic.gov.au.

Wherever possible, open access to full text documents are provided, but for licensing reasons, they cannot be given for most journal articles. Please contact your own library for any items that are not freely available - we are happy to help them with inter-library loans if needed.

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Books/reports

Journal articles

  • A householder's right to kill or injure an intruder under the Crime and Courts Act 2013 : an Australian comparison / Ian Dobinson and Edward Elliott
    Journal of criminal law 78(1) Feb 2014: 80-97
  • A judicial contribution to over-criminalisation? Extended joint criminal enterprise liability for murder / Luke McNamara
    Criminal law journal 38(2) 2014: 104-117
  • Battered women who kill : impact of expert testimony type and timing / Cheryl A Terrance, Karyn M Plumm and Andre Kehn
    Psychiatry, psychology and law 21(1) Feb 2014: 1-15
  • G.R.I.T.S. : the Southern subculture of violence and homicide offenses by girls raised the South / Jessica M Doucet, Julia M D'Antonio-Del Rio and Chantel D Chauvin
    Journal of interpersonal violence 29(5) Mar 2014: 806-823
  • Mothers who kill : the forensic use and judicial reception of evidence of postnatal depression and other psychiatric disorders in Australian filicide cases / Lorana Bartels and Patricia Weiser Easteal
    Melbourne University law review 37(2) 2014: 297-341
  • Serial killers : I. Subtypes, patterns and motives / Laurence Miller
    Aggression and violent behavior 19(1) Jan/Feb 2014: 1-11
  • Serial killers : II. Development, dynamics, and forensics / Laurence Miller
    Aggression and violent behavior 19(1) Jan/Feb 2014: 12-22
  • The compassionate taking of life and assisted suicide / A Samuels
    Medicine, science and the law 54(1) Jan 2014: 35-40
  • The development of crime in light of Finnish and Swedish criminal justice statistics, circa 1750-2010 / Hanns von Hofer and Tapio Lappi-Seppala
    European journal of criminology 11(2) Mar 2014: 169-194
  • The Thomas Kelly case : why a 'one punch' law is not the answer / Julia Quilter
    Criminal law journal 38(1) 2014: 16-37
  • What is the 'dark figure' of child homicide and how can it be addressed in Australia? / John Frederick, Chris Goddard and Jennie Oxley
    International journal of injury control and safety promotion 20(3) 2013: 2009-2017