Crime and Everyday Life, Fourth Edition, provides an illuminating glimpse into roots of criminal behavior, explaining how crime can touch us all in both small and large ways. This innovative text shows how opportunity is a necessary condition for crime to occur, while exploring realistic ways to reduce or eliminate crime and criminal behavior by removing the opportunity to complete the act. Encouraging students to take a closer look at the true nature of crime and its effects on their lives, author Marcus Felson and new co-author Rachel L. Boba (an expert on crime prevention, crime analysis and mapping, and school safety) maintain the bookas engaging, readable, and informative style, while incorporating the most current research on criminal behavior and routine activity theory. The authors emphasize that routine daily activities set the stage for illegal acts, thus challenging conventional wisdom and offering students a fresh perspective, novel solutions for reducing crime . . . and renewed hope. New and Proven Features Includes new coverage of gangs, bar problems, and barhopping; new discussion of the dynamic crime triangle; and expanded coverage of technology, Internet fraud, identity theft, and other Internet pitfalls The now-famous afallacies about crimea are reduced to nine and are organized and explained even more clearly than in past editions Offers updated research on crime as well as new examples of practical application of theory, with the most current crime and victimization statistics throughout Features POP (Problem-Oriented Policing) Center guidelines and citations, including Closing Streets and Alleys to Reduce Crime, Speeding in Residential Areas, Robbery of Convenience Stores, and use of the Situational Crime Prevention Evaluation Database Updated aProjects and Challengesa at the end of each chapterSome deliver goods that happen to be counterfeit or fake pharmaceuticals or inoperable electronics. As we speak ... Many transactions require copying the security code on the credit card in addition to the other numbers. Laws have been anbsp;...
|Title||:||Crime and Everyday Life|
|Author||:||Marcus Felson, Rachel L. Boba|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2009-12-02|