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Subject:Re: Tech Comm and Criminal Justice? From:Miark <miark -at- MIJENIX -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 31 Oct 1997 17:13:47 -0600
At 05:07 PM 10/31/97 +0000, Amy Emge wrote:
>I would be interested to hear opinions or receive information about the
>relationship between technical communication and criminology. Can
>(does) technical communication serve a purpose within the criminal
Yes, if you want your execution orders to look and read their best.
This question seems too wide open. Why don't you fill us in a little
regarding your interest in this.