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Researchers have used multiple sources of archival data (e.g., newspapers, trial transcripts, biographies, and periodicals) to examine parricides and other types of homicide. However, the validity of using newspapers as a form of data has been accepted in an anecdotal and impressionistic manner....
The 2010 exclusionary rule in China and its 2012 revision has led to a spate of scholarly writings about the efficacy of the rule in the country. Divergent points have been expressed as to the viability of the rule. This paper weighs in the discussion and provides optimism for the rule’s...
Young Cambodians are often the victims of human rights abuses due to their interactions with the criminal justice system. This paper is based on the outcomes of a 6-month research project which gained the perceptions of young male Cambodians who reported that violence within the criminal justice...
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