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Chapter 11 Community
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Community Many different definitions of community Geographic: based on common space Interests: based on common interests Both apply to policing Structural definition: structures provide for the  delivery of locality-relevant functions
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Locality-relevant functions Production-distribution-consumption Socialization Social control Social participation Mutual support
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Community differences Communities differ in how they provide  locality-relevant functions Vertical relations The degree to which the locality relies on  resources from the larger society rather than its  own Horizontal articulation The degree to which the locality can act  consensually
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Duffee’s community typology VERTICAL RELATIONS HORIZONTALARTICULATION LOW (NO CONSENSUS) HIGH (CONSENSUS) LOW (INDEPENDENT) DISORGANIZED SOLIDARY HIGH (DEPENDENT) FRAGMENTED INTERDEPENDENT
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