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Patrick BlasheDr LoveSOC33921 November 2016Assignment #111.) Although many studies have found that poor areas actually have less crime than wealthyareas, it has also been found that crime is more likely to happen in better off areas by thepoor and unemployed. Income inequality within an area might breed resentment by oneparty toward the other which might motivate one to act on the other delinquently. Thiscould also be used to explain why there is much more property crimes in wealthy areasthan in poor areas.2.)Factors such as economic and racial inequalities within an area also contribute to theoverall crime rate. In areas that are strongly divided by race and ethnicity, conflicts often
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