Crime and Everyday Life offers a bold approach to crime theory and crime reduction. Using a clear, engaging, and streamlined writing style, the Sixth Edition illuminates the causes of criminal behavior, showing how crime can affect everyone in both small and large ways. Renowned authors Marcus Felson and Mary Eckert then offer realistic ways to reduce or eliminate crime and criminal behavior in specific settings by removing the opportunity to complete the act. Most importantly, this book teaches students how to think about crime, and then do something about it.
The Chemistry for Crime
As any chemist can tell you, there are 118 elements. These elements also combine to produce many more compounds. Human situations also have elements, which can sometimes combine to produce crime, as human activities shift in the course of a single day.
- A university student who sits quietly in class might become a noisy ...