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Working  Husbands, wives and teenagers working  Traveling to and from work  Leaving home and personal effects unprotected. School  More people going to schools  More schools to go to  More time spent in schools Small, Valuable Goods  Increase in standard of living  And technological advances  Equaling a greater market for small, valuable goods that are easy to steal Recreational Activities  Going out to eat/drink  Going to the movies A Different Outlook  Routine activities theorists, rational choice theorists and environmental criminologists all argue that crime is caused less by economic deprivation, and more by economic prosperity. Economic Prosperity  Increased crime from bank ca
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