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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Mariya Semenova
Formation of the Identity of the Criminal in the Family
Alexander Viktorovich Kozlov
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2017
The research aims to examine the problems which need to be resolved for the sake of preventive activities of the law enforcement bodies. The study concerns the family as a crime determinant as an object for the scientific cognition from the moment of its formation at a certain stage of development of the criminological science as a certain combination of the organized and systematized knowledge, describing and explaining existence, development and specificities of those committing crimes. The wide range of methods is employed in the study including the dialectic, historical, logical and statistical methods. The author substantiates the need for the in-depth criminological studies of the criminal personality in order to develop practical recommendations and propositions used for the implementation of individual prophylactics of crimes and correction of criminals.

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