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Criminal Justice and Policing in the Kingdom of Nepal
(Journal of CJ International, 1988-03)
Nestled in the cradle of the highest mountains on earth, it is not surprising that Nepal has come to be known as the kingdom where deities mingle with mortals. In the Nepalese Himalaya, called the "Abode of the Gods," there ...
Comments on the Essence of Management
(Justice Professional, 1988)
The purpose of this article is to articulate the essence of management "outside the shop," through a process of fine tuning based on contrasting its tenets with those of the traditionally better known concept of organization. ...
Police Training and Police Professionalism in Egypt
(Police Chief, 1983-04)
A small portion of the police community in the U. S. are familiar with Egypt beyond perhaps being the "cradle of ancient civilization", a developing nation, a Muslim society, and the birthplace of President Sadat who ...
Law, Crime and Society in Islamic Jurisprudence
(Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1987-12)
Judging the religiosity of individuals 1s difficult in itself, is often misleading, and is biblically condemned. Juding the religiosity of societies can be easier since in their aggregate, and in comparison with each other, ...