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A Multilevel Analysis of the Risk of Household Burglary in the City of Tianjin, China
This study applies the integrated, multilevel framework developed in the West to explain variation in the risk of household burglary within the city of Tianjin, China. The analytic framework consists
AN EXPLORATION OF THE DETERMINANTS OF REPORTING CRIME TO THE POLICE IN THE CITY OF TIANJIN, CHINA*
Western research has investigated three types of correlates of crime reporting–victim-specific (individual or household), incident-specific, and environment-specific variables. The current study
Risks of Criminal Victimization in Contemporary Urban China: An Application of Lifestyle/Routine Activities Theory
This study examines the influence of lifestyles/routine activities on victimization in urban China. Using survey data recently collected in the city of Tianjin, we address three research questions
Crime prevention in a communitarian society: Bang-jiao and tiao-jie in the people's Republic of China
This paper examines two important strategies of community crime prevention in contemporary Chinese society: bang-jiao and tiao-jie. Bang-jiao refers to community efforts to reintegrate offenders into
GUANXI AND FEAR OF CRIME IN CONTEMPORARY URBAN CHINA
Western research has investigated individual correlates of fear of crime with a primary focus on people's vulnerability. This vulnerability model examines the possible effects on fear of indicators
Reintegrative Shaming and Predatory Delinquency
This study represents an attempt to test Braithwaite’s theory of reintegrative shaming with an operationalization scheme of two variables—disapproval of delinquent behavior (shaming) and forgiveness
The Effects of Alternative Measures of Delinquent Peers on Self-Reported Delinquency
This article examines two alternative measures of delinquent peers based on reports from adolescents and reports from parents. The authors focus on three issues: (1) Do parental and adolescent
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