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Ecology of Crime - City And Regional And City Differences, Variation At The Community And Streetblock Levels, Bibliography

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Ecological variation in crime, delinquency, and fear of crime are examined in this entry. The discussion examines macro-level variations at the regional and city-levels, this considers community level variations.

RALPH B. TAYLOR

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almost 6 years ago

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almost 8 years ago

Very informative. I am currently researching the effects of the building of garage suites, used as lower rental units, in a highermiddle class area, and how they will undermine the stability and fabric of the neighbourhood. I feel adding the transient element to this mature area will introduce some negatives etc. Can you point me to more research. Thank you.