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Annotated Further Readings: Biological and Biosocial Theories of Crime
Babor, T., Caetano, R., Casswell, S., Edwards, G., Giesbrecht, N., Graham, K., et al. (2003). Alcohol: No ordinary commodity: Research and public policy . New York: Oxford University Press. This is a comprehensive volume to which several leading alcohol epidemiologists and others have contributed. The book first establishes the need for alcohol policy via a discussion of alcohol-related harm, then highlights several different strategies and interventions for reducing these harms, and finally outlines how effective alcohol policy can be formulated. The focus of this book is not on violence, but the topics it covers are essential to those interested in alcohol and violence. Parker, R. N. (1995). Bringing “booze” back in: The relationship between alcohol and homicide. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 32 , 3–38. This article details one of the first structural-level analyses that helped reintegrate alcohol back into the study of serious interpersonal violence in the ...