criminal anthropology

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crim·i·nal an·thro·pol·o·gy

anthropology in relation to the physical and mental characteristics, heredity, and social relations of the criminal.
See also: criminology.
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This status reminds us of discussions of criminal dangerousness or anthropological criminology, which suggests that criminals could be defined ex ante by the recognition of inherited characteristics.