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Western Europe In the chapter on Finland, Pulkkinen describes a very stable nation, with a remarkably nonaggressive foreign policy and an enlightened criminal justice system that makes no use of the death penalty. Noted also, however, is a very high rate of alcohol consumption, a high suicide rate, and considerable individual aggression including assaults and homicides, many of them apparently alcohol related. Pulkkinen pays special attention to the problem of youthful offenders in Finland, presenting a developmental analysis with suggestions as to how to deal with these youthful offenders.
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Aggression in Global Perspective by Arnold P. Goldstein