Crime rate studies
Social Entropy Theory as an Explicit Approach to Assessment of Crime and Correlates of Crime in Europe at Macro Societal Level
Fear of Crime as Background of Penal Politics? (From Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Dilemmas of Contemporary Criminal Justice, P 126-133, 2004, Gorazd Mesko, et al., eds. -- See NCJ-207973)
Comparing Crime Rates Between Undocumented Immigrants, Legal Immigrants, and Native-born US Citizens in Texas
MEDIA CONSTRUCTION OF CRIME REVISITED: MEDIA TYPES, CONSUMER CONTEXTS, AND FRAMES OF CRIME AND JUSTICE
Crime and Victimization on the US-Mexico Border: A Comparison of Legal Residents, Illegal Residents and Native-Born Citizens
The surge in incarceration since 1980 has been fueled in part by the mistaken belief that the population can be divided neatly into "good guys" and "bad guys." In fact, crime rates are not determined by the number of at-large criminals, any more than farm production is determined by the number of farmers. Crime is a choice, a choice that is influenced by available opportunities as much as by character. This perspective, drawn from economic theory, supports a multi-faceted approach to crime control. Dr.