An Empirical Study on Deliberate Murder in the Process of Urbanization

Yugang CHANG

Abstract


Deliberate murder is one of the criminal offences with the most severe social dangers, and has always been the focus of academic researches. From the perspective of urbanization construction, this article will make a detailed analysis on the historical trend of this crime, sort out and investigate the geographical features and perpetrators’ characteristics, and put forward feasible countermeasures for prevention and control to introduce a positive theoretical value and social significance in this regard.


Keywords


Urbanization; Deliberate murder; Empiricism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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