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Soc353_Lecture Data_race, victims and offenders

Soc353_Lecture Data_race, victims and offenders - Race...

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Race, Place, Victims and Offenders Whos and Wheres of Crime
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Recent NCVS Data Urbanization Victimization rates for multi-racial individuals highest of any racial group identified Household Victimization African American households more vulnerable than white households Hispanic households more vulnerable than non- Hispanic ones Personal Victimization African Americans more likely than other groups to be personal crime victims
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NCVS Continued Overall victimization Most victimized: Native Americans Least victimized: Asian Americans Whites most victimized in rural areas Gang violence Most victimized: African Americans Less victimized: Asian American, Native American Least victimized: Whites Hispanics more likely to be victimized than non- Hispanics
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Crime and Urbanization Suburban (50% of US population) 47% of all victimizations Rural (20% of US population) 20% of all victimizations Urban (29% of US population) 38% of all victimizations
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Violent Crime by setting (p 40)
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Property Crime by setting (p 36)
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