This book describes various types and sources of crime and explanatory data available to study variation in crime across nations. Problems with the data and appropriate methods for adjusting and analyzing the data are described. A thorough review of theories and past cross-national crime research is included. This book intends to facilitate and stimulate quality cross-national crime research.
Drinking and Casualties: Accidents, Poisonings, and Violence in An International Perspective Norman Giesbrecht; René González; Marcus Grant; Esa Österberg; Robin Room; Irving Rootman; Leland Towle.