Lifestyle and routine activity theories of crime: Empirical studies of victimization, delinquency, and offender decision-making

@article{Maxfield1987LifestyleAR,
  title={Lifestyle and routine activity theories of crime: Empirical studies of victimization, delinquency, and offender decision-making},
  author={M. Maxfield},
  journal={Journal of Quantitative Criminology},
  year={1987},
  volume={3},
  pages={275-282}
}
  • M. Maxfield
  • Published 1987
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Quantitative Criminology
The papers in this special issue of the Journal of Quantitative Criminology focus on lifestyle or routine activity theories of crime. Most examine victimization, although two authors apply the lifestyle perspective to offending. The general nature of this evolving body of theory will be familiar to most readers. But for the record, and for the benefit of those less familiar, this introductory essay briefly discusses the meaning of lifestyle and routine activity theories and sets the stage for… Expand

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