Psychological Problems, Social Issues, and the Law (2nd Edition)
This book takes a historical and systems perspective to examine the interaction between the social science community and the law. Each chapter contains an historical or a philosophical introduction to a problem, followed by discussion of the major legal issues and reviews of a wide range of research, including the experimental literature. In addition to covering many topics typically covered in psychology and law texts, Levine takes a social problem emphasis, dealing with such issues as abortion, intimate partner violence, divorce and custody, child protection, and more.
Specifications of Psychological Problems, Social Issues, and the Law (2nd Edition)
|Author||Murray Levine, Leah Wallach, David M. Levine|
|Number Of Pages||624|
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