A supplement to Randolph Roth, American Homicide (The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2009)
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I. Table of Contents
- NEH Grant and Bibliography [pdf] 1997
- "Maybe It’s My Fault": Responses to Misunderstandings by Reviewers of American Homicide [pdf]
- It’s No Mystery: Preliminary Thoughts on the Decline in Homicide in American Cities during the First Six Months of 2009 [pdf]
- It's No Mystery: Further Thoughts on the Decline in Homicide in American Cities during the First Six Months of 2009 [pdf]
- Distinguishing Homicides from Natural Deaths, Accidental Deaths, Suicides, and Feigned Deaths (DH [pdf])
- Homicide Estimates (HE [pdf])
- Population Estimates (PE [pdf])
- Ethnicity Estimates (EE [pdf])
III. Statistical Tables, Figures, and Analyses
- American Homicides (AH (revised 5-2010) [pdf])
- American Homicides in the Twentieth Century (AHTC [pdf])
- Child Murder in America (CMA [pdf])
- Civilization Thesis (CT [pdf])
- Criminal Justice (CJ [pdf])
- European Homicides (EH [pdf])
- Gender and Homiced (GH [pdf])
- Policing (P [pdf])
- Time Trends (TT [pdf])
- Weapons (W [pdf])
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