Long-Term Historical Trends in Violent Crime


Manuel Eisner is a Professor of Comparative and Developmental Criminology and Deputy Director of the University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology. He studied the history of crime from the thirteenth century until the end of the twentieth. This is a very short summary about his extraordinary work, which is published by the Department of Sociology at the University of Calgary. Historical … Read More

Family protection with a gun !?


“Even if the whole world was against my man, I would still stand behind him and pass him the bullets.” A good phrase, isn’t it? This is probably the least a woman would do for her husband in times of war. There is a war in our country and our men fight with the enemy or prepare themselves for combat, we do … Read More