Criminologists have long debated whether there is a relationship between
Criminologists have long debated whether there is a relationship between weather and violent crime. The author of the article “Is There a Season for Homicide?” (Criminology [1988]: 287–296) classified 1361 homicides according to season, resulting in the accompanying data. Do these data support the theory that the homicide rate is not the same over the four seasons? Test the relevant hypotheses using a significance level of .05.
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