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Essay heading: A Literature Review
 
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My aim is to review these three academic pieces in order to gain a more insightful knowledge into the world of biological criminology resulting in a wider understanding of the long history and controversial debate of biology and crime and their relation if any to one another. Criminal Man - Cesare Lombroso (1835 '' 1909) Crime and biology began with the work of Ceasare Lombroso in the eighteenth century and early nineteenth century...
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Lombroso was an internationally famous physician and criminologist. He was a scientist looking for a rational explanation of the phenomena of crime. He believed that with understanding of the workings of it would bring about the ability to change, improve or remove behaviour. Much influenced by Darwinian theory, Lombroso sought to apply this to crime, with an aim of trying to determine what made man criminal...
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