Multilevel Impacts of Perceived Incivilities and Perceptions of Crime Risk on Fear of Crime Isolating Endogenous Impacts

@inproceedings{Wyant2008MultilevelIO,
  title={Multilevel Impacts of Perceived Incivilities and Perceptions of Crime Risk on Fear of Crime Isolating Endogenous Impacts},
  author={Brian R. Wyant},
  year={2008}
}
Past work has linked incivilities to fear of crime but has left open two questions: Do multilevel impacts of incivilities persist after simultaneously controlling for sociodemographics, perceptions of crime risk, neighborhood fabric, and violent crime? Is neighborhood fear spatially lagged, and if so, does controlling for nearby fear alter endogenous impacts on fear? Survey data from 45 Philadelphia neighborhoods showed that those perceiving more incivilities and more crime risk than their… CONTINUE READING

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