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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 2416
Professor
B.Cartwright
Semester
Summer

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THE REVISED MODEL Low SES Ethnic Heterogeneity Sparse Local Friendship Networks Residential MobilityUnsupervised teenage peer Crime & Delinquent Family Disruption Low Organization Participation Urbanization THE RESEARCH FINDINGS  Local friendship networks and unsupervised peer groups are strong predictors of crime  Mugging 61%, Overall Victimization 42%, Burglary 39%, Auto Theft 30% COLLECTIVE EFFICACY  Collective efficacy = the ability of community members to assist each other and trust each other  C
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