Crime in the city.

New York : Harper and Row, [1970] .

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Other Authors Glaser, Daniel,
Subjects Crime -- United States.
Criminalité - États-Unis.
Criminalité -- États-Unis.
Délinquance juvénile - États-Unis.
Délinquance juvénile -- États-Unis.
Juvenile Delinquency -- United States.
Juvenile delinquency -- United States.
Juvenile delinquency.
Law Enforcement -- United States.
Law enforcement -- United States.
Law enforcement.
Sociologie urbaine.
United States.
Series Readers in social problems.
Description ix, 308 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents America as an urban society -- The urban crisis -- The nature of the slum -- Industrialization and urbanization in relation to crime and juvenile delinquency -- Socio-economic class and area as correlates of illegal behavior among juveniles -- Metropolitan crime rates and relative deprivation -- Assessing the contributions of family structure, class and peer groups to juvenile delinquency -- Urban crime patterns -- Issues in the ecological study of delinquency -- Social disorganization and stake in conformity : complementary factors in the predatory behavior of hoodlums -- The function of social definitions in the development of delinquent careers -- El Barrio's worst block is not all bad -- Deviant behavior as an unanticipated consequence of public housing -- Structural deviance and normative conformity : the "hustle" and the gang -- Violence and the city -- The social control role of the police in changing urban communities -- The death and life of great American cities -- The judge as bureaucrat -- Some notes on urban jails -- The shape of the future -- The prison of the future -- Summary of recommendations.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)47441
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