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Account Options Sign in. Decker Limited preview – Burglars on the Job concludes with an insightful discussion that considers the implications of the authors’ findings for theories on criminal decision-making, crime prevention policy, and field research. Lists with This Book. No eBook available Amazon.
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As a result, Wright and Decker were able to obtain more honest and forthright responses from the offenders, and they were able to study the burglars’ decision-making processes within the context of streetlife culture. Krystal Smierc rated it really liked it Jul 06, Decker, consider motivations for the decision to burglarize bugglars dwelling, explore If you are interested in burglary or want to read additional quotes from burglars, check out this book.
Decker Snippet view – No eBook available Amazon. Kastin rated it liked it Oct 05, Their burglaries are conducted to fulfill an immediate need for cash, usually to support a drug habit – The average burglar commits fewer than 10 burglaries per year.
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Other editions – View all Burglars on the Job: WrightScott H. Decker Limited preview – Northeastern University Press- Law – pages. Unlike earlier studies of residential burglary, which collected data from a small number of offenders within a prison environment, this ground-breaking work examines a larger sample of unincarcerated burglars, all identified and contacted without the assistance of criminal justice agencies or authorities.
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