Dr. Chad Posick and Mackenzie McBride publish book chapter on biological criminology
Dr. Chad Posick and former Criminal Justice and Criminology Master’s student Mackenzie McBride recently published a chapter in “The Routledge Companion to Criminological Theory and Concepts”, edited by Brisman, Carrabine, and South. The chapter highlights the interdisciplinary nature of criminology and how biological explanations of crime have become increasingly common overtime. The work opens with a discussion of physiognomy in the late 16th century and spans to modern interpretations incorporating molecular genetics and epigenetics.
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