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Unformatted text preview: OF INTERRELATED EVENTS, NOT THE MORE THE FEMALE OFFENDER 1909 THE MOST WOMEN ARE NOT CRIMINAL THOSE THAT ARE, ARE MOST OFTEN OCCASIONAL CRIMINALS BUT, SOME WOMEN ARE ACTAVISTIC CRIMINALS HARDER TO DETECT THEN MEN MORE VICIOUS EARNEST A. HOOTON, EARNEST HARVARD ANTHROPOLOGIST ANTHROPOLOGIST THE AMERICAN CRIMINAL: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY 1939 Compared 14,000 Male prisoners to 3,203 non­criminal males IN 19 OUT OF 33 MEASUREMENTS THERE WAS A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CRIMINALS AND CIVILIANS CRIMINALS ARE INFERIOR TO CIVILIANS IN NEARLY ALL THEIR BODILY MEASUREMENTS LOW FOREHEADS, HIGH PINCHED NASAL ROOTS, NASAL BRIDGES AND TIPS VARYING TO BOTH EXTREMES OF BREADTH AND NARROWNESS, EXCESS OF NASAL DEFLECTIONS, CO...
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