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Title: A Study of Demographic and Economic-Based Explanations For Variation In Street Robbery Rates In U.S. PDF
Url: http://www.ssdan.net/chip/modules/new/Helms_demeconcrime.pdf
Creator: Helm, Ronald
Publisher: Western Washington University
Description: Researchers studying crime suggest that there is substantial variation in the amount of serious crime across large urban jurisdictions such as central cities. There have been many attempts to account for crime variation. The following raises questions about how populations may be linked with crime variation. One key component of serious crimes involves those that are conceptualized as being instrumental crimes. The following exercises focus on one category of instrumental crimes, street robberies. In this exercise we will attempt to address the following question: Do population features influence the rate of robbery in the largest U.S. cities? We will also begin to assess economic conditions to see if these alter the original relationships.
LC Classification: Science -- Mathematics -- Mathematical statistics -- Study and teaching. Research
Social sciences -- Communities. Classes. Races -- Communities. Classes. Races -- Urban groups. The city. Urban sociology
Social sciences -- Sociology (General) -- Sociology -- Social elements, forces, laws -- Crime
Social sciences -- Statistics -- Theory and method of social science statistics -- Analysis of variance
GEM Subject: Social studies -- Sociology
Mathematics -- Statistics
Social studies -- Criminology
Key Concept: Mathematics -- Statistics
Mathematics -- Tests of variance
Resource Type: Lesson Plans
Mathematics Materials
Teaching Guides
Format: pdf
Audience: College/University Instructors
Higher Education
Technical School First Cycle
Technical School Second Cycle
University First Cycle
University Second Cycle
Vocational Training
Language: English
Access Rights: Free access
Source: CAUSEweb
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