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Classics in Environmental Criminology



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A comprehensive collection of seminal pieces on environmental criminology, this work focuses on the role that the immediate environment plays in the occurrence of a crime. Legendary contributors demonstrate that a careful analysis of environmental factors is key to understanding the causes of crime, solving crimes, and helping to predict and prevent them. Topics covered include routine activity theory, the geometric theory of crime, the rational choice theory, and the pattern theory of crime. The book also explores concepts related to crime prevention. This volume is invaluable as a textbook and as a professional reference.

Author Biography

Martin A. Andresen is an Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University School of Criminology. His areas of interest are spatial crime analysis, geography of crime, environmental criminology, applied spatial statistics and geographical information analysis, and (critical) quantitative methods. Paul J. Brantingham is a Professor at Simon Fraser University School of Criminology. His areas of interest are computational criminology, environmental criminology, the ecology of crime, crime analysis, historical criminology, comparative criminal justice, legal aid, and related matters. J. Bryan Kinney is an Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University School of Criminology. His areas of interest are environmental criminology theory, geography of crime, police studies, crime prevention and crime reduction, and quantitative research methods.
Release date Australia
May 28th, 2010
Edited by J. Bryan Kinney Edited by Martin A. Andresen Edited by Paul J. Brantingham
Country of Publication
United States
84 Tables, black and white; 66 Illustrations, black and white
CRC Press Inc
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