Adding the Temporal and Spatial Aspects of Routine Activities : A Further Test of Routine Activity Theory

@inproceedings{Groff2007AddingTT,
  title={Adding the Temporal and Spatial Aspects of Routine Activities : A Further Test of Routine Activity Theory},
  author={Elizabeth R. Groff},
  year={2007}
}
Routine activity theory identifi es the routine activities of individuals as important to understanding the convergence of elements necessary for a crime to occur. Two recent studies have demonstrated how geographically aware agent-based models can be used to provide a virtual rather than empirical laboratory for testing theory. Those studies trace the development of three versions of a basic street robbery model with different representations of routine activities (random, temporal constraints… CONTINUE READING
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