Part one: Summarize the “cross-cultural constructions of murder.” Part two: Summ

Part one: Summarize the “cross-cultural constructions of murder.”
Part two: Summarize the “history of murder in the United States.”
Part three: How do “positivistic” social scientists use the concept of “social capital” to explain varying rates of murder across communities?
Part four: How do “interactional” social scientists seek to understand the situations in which murders occur?
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