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Slovenian Criminology: Its Beginnings, Development and State of the Art

Slovenian Criminology: Its Beginnings, Development and State of the Art

This video was recorded at 9th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology. The early beginnings of the literature on Slovenian Criminology go back to the early 1920s when Fran Milčinski, a judge with enough literary talent to depict complex issues of law and crime, published the first Slovenian novel on juvenile delinquency. In the 1930s, Aleksander Vasiljevič Maklecov, a Russian criminal lawyer and refugee from Russia, joined the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana and became well known for his reflections upon several criminological issues and problems, of which many are still topical today: alcohol abuse and juvenile delinquency prevention, women and crime, crime in newspapers, etc. He is also the author of the first Slovenian textbook on criminology, 'Introduction to criminology',... Show More

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