Rates of delinquency appeared to cluster in certain

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rates of delinquency appeared to cluster in certain neighborhoods and appeared highest close to the central business district (CBD). They noted that in addition to the highest rates of delinquency near the CBD, delinquency was highest in neighborhood in or around business and industrial areas, often referred to as mixed land use. Third, delinquency, by and large, tended to decline as one moved away from the CBD. Crime declined as one moved away from the inner city they attributed this to three factors that
characterized neighborhoods with high rates of delinquency: poverty, population turnover, and racial/ethnic heterogeneity. They found that poor neighborhoods were characterized by population turnover and racial/ethnic heterogeneity. When residents primary goal is to move out of the neighborhood, there is little incentive to try to make it a better place Delinquency, tended to be clustered in central business districts 3 factors 4. How does Wilson and Kelling’s (1982) broken windows theory relate to social disorganization?
Week 6 Hw #4 Questions for Inderbitzin et al. Chapter 7. 1. Explain the main types of social control according to Ivan Nye (1958).

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