SOC 2760 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Murder, Culpable Homicide, United Nations Office On Drugs And Crime
This document includes the following notes: unit 02 on courselink, all required unit readings, gabor, thomas, kwing hung, stephen mihorean, and catherine st. onge. (2002). Canadian homicide rates: a comparison of two data sources. [excerpt, pages 17-31: united nations office on drugs and crime (unodc). Vienna: unodc: sections 222-240 criminal code of canada, homicide survey. It has also been argued that what is defined, as criminal is relative across time and space. time period, but not defined as such in another country or time period. For example, a killing may be defined as a culpable homicide in one country or: academics and researchers, including sociological criminologists, often focus on homicide as a social, rather than a legal, phenomenon. The victim-offender relationship is often a crucial element when defining the social type of o homicide. Data sources on homicide: in canada, there are three main sources of data on homicide, the homicide survey o o o.