About 40 results for the topic "broken window theory sociology"
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By cc lanfear · 2020 · cited by 15 — broken windows theory. wilson & kelling's (1982) broken windows thesis posits that disorder and crime are causally linked.
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Broken windows theory has profoundly impacted the way that police and city-level political officials view crime and disorder and has fun-.
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Wilson and kelling's seminal 1982 “broken windows” article introduced the concept, ... as a result of adopting broken windows theory of neighborhood decline.
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By t meinen · 2014 · cited by 5 — in addition, according to the broken window theory does fear of crime increase when disorder increases in a neighbourhood. 3.2.4 social control.
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By b volker · 2017 · cited by 12 — the theory assumes that minor signs of physical disorder, such as a broken window not being fixed, attract not only more physical disorders ...
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Broken windows theory (kelling & coles, 1996; j. q. wilson. & kelling, 1982) also focuses on ... broken window symbolizes a neighborhood's lack of social.
By jc hinkle · 2005 · cited by 15 — one can view hunter's work as the groundwork of the broken windows theory (wilson and kelling, 1982). as outlined above, wilson and kelling (1982) suggested ...
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By k kanji — this theory says that the little things matter. as james q. wilson describes it, 'if a factory or office window is broken, passers-by observing it will ...
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By j jacobson · 2005 · cited by 14 — wilson and kelling argue that if a broken window in a building ... the process by which an area becomes crime-ridden, broken windows theory places.