Paranormal Criminology (PNC): The International Library of Paranormal Psychology

Tres Mali Scott

This topic is endorsed by The International Library of Paranormal
Psychology
by Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD), Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist 2nd & 3rd Award & on Experts 123 The Questions and Answers
Encyclopedia

Paranormal Criminology is the “seventh sense” of
the scientific study of crime and criminal behavior. The number seven is the
numerical signature for perfection. The rise in use of technology during
terrorism, which is termed “para-terrorism” causes a new look at many of the old
fields of study to measure the impact of paranormal and supernatural
activity. Paranormal Criminology (PNC) is a part of the social sciences and is
concerned with the affects and effects of paranormal and supernatural
activity on crime and criminal behavior.

Criminology is a social science
and is concerned with:

  • The causes of crime,
  • prevention of crime,
  • the social impact of crime,
  • reactions to crime, and
  • the criminals themselves.

The term criminology was coined by
Rafaele Garofalo, an Italian law professor, in 1885, as criminologia. The word
criminology comes from the Latin, crimen, meaning “accusation” and the Greek for
“logia”.

References/Sources:

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-criminology (2011)
http://wordnedweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn (2011)
http://en.wikitionary.org/wiki/criminology (2011)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/criminology (2011)
http://tmscconsultingservices.wordpress.com/ (2008)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Paranormal_Psychology (2010)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Tmscott2 (2007)

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