Sampson, Robert J., and William Julius Wilson: contextualized subculture

In 1995, Robert J. Sampson and William Julius Wilson developed a theory of race and crime that explains racial differences in violent crime in terms of the community contexts in which people live. This theory draws heavily on Sampson's earlier criminological ...

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