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Crime and Everyday Life

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Entertainingly written and a model for how theory develops from empirical evidence, the Second Edition of this popular book is the perfect supplementary text for introductory criminology courses. The book provides an insightful analysis of the "other side" of crime causation, examining how society encourages or inhibits crime in the routine activities of everyday life.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published April 13th 1998 by Sage Publications, Inc
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For my dissertation next year, Chapter 6 will be most useful: When Crime Feeds Crime. Probably wise to invest in this book when it's possible.
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