c-6 - reduces formal and informal social control. 10. High...

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COMMUNITIES AND CRIME 1. Dense and poor neighborhoods leads to crowded homes. 2. Where homes are more crowded, people more likely to congregate outside the home. 3. The more crowded the home, the lower level of supervision of children. 4. Reduced level of supervision will result in poor performance in school. 5. The more crowded the home, the higher level of conflict within families and the higher level of moral cynicism. 6. Poor, dense neighborhoods tend to be mixed-use neighborhoods. This leads to easy access to opportunities for deviance. 7. Poor, dense, mixed use neighborhoods have high transience rates. 8. Transience weakens extra-familial attachments. 9. Transience weakens voluntary organizations
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Unformatted text preview: reduces formal and informal social control. 10. High transient neighborhoods will also tend to be dilapidated leads to social stigma. 11. Stigmatized neighborhoods further cause a reduction in stakes of conformity, demoralization. 12. Successful, law abiding residents will flee. 13. The greater the number of demoralized people, the greater the number of victims. 14. Stigmatized neighborhoods will receive more lenient law enforcement. 15. More lenient law enforcement increases opportunities for crime. 16. The more lenient law enforcement and the more opportunities for crime will draw people to neighborhood on the basis for their involvement in crime....
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