A Routine Activity Theory Explanation for Women's Stalking Victimizations

@article{Mustaine1999ARA,
  title={A Routine Activity Theory Explanation for Women's Stalking Victimizations},
  author={E. Mustaine and R. Tewksbury},
  journal={Violence Against Women},
  year={1999},
  volume={5},
  pages={43 - 62}
}
Drawing on surveys administered to 861 university women in nine institutions, this article presents a routine activity theory model for predicting stalking victimization likelihood for women. Using routine activity theory, the model highlights lifestyle behaviors and interactions as predictors of stalking victimization. Whereas routine activity theory often highlights the role of demographics and statuses as predictors, this analysis emphasizes the role of women's social interactions and… Expand

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