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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 1125
Professor
K.Chin
Semester
Fall

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SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION HIGH INCOME HOUSEHOLDS o Sacco and Kennedy say that there is no clear-cut relationship between household income and the risk of household victimization o According to most recent GSS, however, households with annual incomes of $60,000 or higher had highest rates of victimization – 17% higher than middle income households, and 88% higher than lower income households STRAIN THEORY o Findings contradict arg
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