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Clarke, Ronald V.: Situational Crime Prevention

In the early half of the 20th century, social scientists abandoned the idea that people make reasonable choices about their actions—at least insofar as crime is concerned. Under the banner of “positivist criminology,” various theories explained crime by ...

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