Evolution and the Prevention of Violent Crime

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Roach, Jason; Pease, Ken;

This paper suggests how violence prevention can be better informed by embracing an evolutionary approach to understanding and preventing violent crime. Here, ethical crime control through an evolutionary lens is consid-ered and speculation is offered as to what an evolu... View more
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