Culture and Crime
Analyzes patterns of culture and their influence on the rise of criminality, using the Nazi regime in Germany as an example. Points out how accepted behavior in one culture may be a crime in another. Discusses the impact of cultures meeting head-on, thus giving rise to criminal behavior.
KQED, San Francisco; Douglas M. Kelley, M.D.; Gordon Waldear; Gerald Marans
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Crime ; Criminal behavior ; Culture.
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