Mass Murder and Serial Murder

An Integrative Look

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Mass Murder and Serial Murder
An Integrative Look

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About the book


While “Mass murder” refers to the murder of several people at the same time, "serial murder" describes several killings by the same perpetrator in a repetitive pattern. Usually these incidents count a high toll of victims and create significant anxiety in the public. Yet, the rate of finding murderers in these cases is relatively very low, especially in serial murders; that is if they are ever caught at all. Arnon Edelstein examines the various categories of mass murder and serial murder and suggests a new category: “mass-serial murder”. He presents and criticizes the most up-to-date research and theoretical literature in the field and suggests an integrative theoretical model. This groundbreaking volume is intended for criminologists, psychologists, sociologists, students, and readers who are interested in truly understanding the complicated aspects of this fascinating field of investigation.
The author

About the author

Arnon Edelstein is a professor in criminology teaching students from the armed forces at Ashkelon Academic College in Israel. He holds an M.A. and a Ph.D. from the Institute of Criminology in the Department of Law of the Hebrew University. In addition, he is CEO of Re-integration LTD, a project to re-integrate ex-prisoners into the community.

Edelstein investigates the field of youth at risk and has published numerous articles on delinquency and deviance among immigrant youth. He is author of the criminology monographs Criminal Career and Serial Criminality (2006) and Intimate Partner Femicide in Israel (2011). Prof. Edelstein is married, has three children, and the family lives in the South of Israel.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Delivery time 2-3 Tage / 2-3 days
Author Arnon Edelstein, Sara Yurman
Number of pages 426
Language English
Publication date Oct 27, 2020
Weight (kg) 0.5560
ISBN-13 9783838212241