Segregation inequality and crime

Dr Deborah Platts-Fowler1 1Victoria University Of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand The 2011 English were framed by concerns over moral decline and a lack of self-restraint. Those who participated were associated with a nihilistic ‘gangsta’ culture. The Prime Minister concluded that...
  • September 26, 2018
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Dr Soheil Sabri1, Mr Ged Griffin1, Mr Doug Bowles2, Dr Yiqun Chen1, Professor Abbas Rajabifard1 1The University of Melbourne, Department of Infrastructure Engineering, Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration and Centre for Disaster Management and Public Safety, PARKVILLE,...
  • August 22, 2018
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Dr Laura  Naegler1  Joe Greener2 1Northumbria University , Newcastle Upon Tyne , United Kingdom, 2University of Liverpool, Singapore Based on ethnographic research in two neighbourhoods in Singapore, this paper explores how political, media and public debate construct certain communities as ‘high-crime’...
  • August 22, 2018
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Dr Michelle Sydes1, Associate Professor  Rebecca  Wickes2 1University of Queensland , Brisbane, Australia, 2Monash University , Melbourne , Australia Segregation is argued to weaken social controls and undermine a community’s regulatory capacity through mechanisms associated with social inequality and social...
  • August 21, 2018
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Arbora  Aliaj Domestic violence, although is one of the most violent widespread human rights in Albania, continues to be less appreciated. Considering multidimensional consequences, in physical, economical, reproductive health, but even in the twisted education in the future generations, on...
  • July 26, 2018
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