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Victimisation and re-victimisation risk, housing type and area: a study of interactions

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posted on 16.02.2006, 15:54 by Kate J. Bowers, Shane D. Johnson, Ken Pease
It is often assumed that less ostensibly affluent homes (eg terreced housing) are more at risk than other types of housing (such as detached houses) of being burgled. The research reported here shows these patterns to be strongly influenced by the area in which houses are located...
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  • Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies

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  • Midlands Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice

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BOWER, K.J., JOHNSON, S.D. and PEASE, K., 2005. Victimisation and re-victimisation risk, housing type and area: a study of interactions. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 7(1), pp. 7-17

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2005

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1460-3780

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